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FRAGMENTA GENEALOGICA. 



FRAGMENTA 
GEN EALOGI CA. 



VOL. III. 



PRINTED AT THE PRIVATE PRESS OF 
FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP. 
1897. 



CONTENTS. 



AUTOGRAPHS. 



1135493 





PAGE 




PAGE 


Bysshe, Sir Edward, 1670 


• 77 


Hartoppe, George, 1614 
Hussey, Charles, 161 3 


• 33 


Clay, Hercules 


• 76 


• 29 


Cartwright, George, 1603 


• 34 


Hylmar, John, 1547 . 


• 29 


Coe, Stephen, 1609 . 


• 30 


Milnes, C. G. 


• 75 


Cropley, John, 1637 . 


• 38 


Morton, Sir George, 1637 


• 38 


Bevercots, Maude, 1604 


• 34 


Stowe, Alexander, 1628 


• 37 


Bevercotts, Margaret, 16 1 1 


• 35 


Stowe, Welbecke, 1628 


• 37 


Bevercotts, Samuel, 1585 


• 32 


Stringer, Nicholas, 1 62 1 


• 36 


Denman, John, 1604 . 


• 35 


Tee, Alexander, 1 581 


• 32 


Devon, Elizabeth, Countess, 1637 


• 38 


Wyston, John, 1552 . 


• 29 


Eyre, Anthony, 1566 . 


• 37 


Wortley, ffrancis, 1637 


• 38 


Farlye, Gye, 1587 


• 3i 







Eden, Sir Robert, Bart. 



BOOK-PLATES. 

. 28 I Paston, William, of Horton 



38 



CHURCH NOTES— NORWICH. 



Cathedral 

St. Clement's , 

St. Helen's 



5. 14 
1, 26 
. 8 



St. Mary's 

St. Michael's, Coslany 



. 20 
11, 16 



Ordsall, co. Nottingham 



DEEDS. 

29 I Woodbridge, late Priory, Rental, 1702 39 



Milnes 



ENTRIES IN BIBLES. 

73> 75 I Clay and Milnes 



• 76 



GRANT OF ARMS. 



Seaman 



77 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 
Sudbourne, co. Suffolk ..... 



45 



JFragmenta 0enealogua* 

Vol. III. 



NORWICH CHURCH NOTES. 

St. Clements Church. 

(Off yon* dtoite n*aye fax the $o*vte of g^wesi Slffoofle late the 
Wyfe of (Mmunfle tyVoa&t withe deptyfl the xxv flnye of $uty the 
leare of (torn lojtfe $ofl m° v c xxvi off SWhojse $onrte Shu have mnwy. 

Brass. 



In ye upper pt of 2 of the So : windows of ye Church is this Escocheon : Azure 3 
eagles [or some other birds] heads erased or. I's around & also T's & A's. 



© Iheutt fo* thy §My 'grume & thy moist pteeyouo §tooA 

Have matey $n ©he $ourte of #Iisabethe Htfootl 

^hyehe In gieeemhe* the fowtteh flnye 

©he JFoule from hye §0% ©how ©ohyjst gmveye 

the f ea*e of ®nx fotfle a ©hotvoantf ®mm° $y.x & forty 

on whojse $otvle gjeisu Wytt have marey, amen. 

Brass. 



ANN Y E WIFE OF EDMUND MANNING DYED 

july y e 18, 1697, & mary her daughter dyed 
febr: y e 2, 1697-8. 

This on Pet wood's stone. 

I B 



©rate p' a'iab'ja gicatdt (EoypjM & gSat'ine uxof ejttjs. 



gUe jaeet elteabetha rorp'stt wxot rieavdi rorpugti. 

Brass. 



(Off put ©hatite pray for y e £oute of master $ohn gorounh £u'tyme £hetyf of 
&hyis (Bite Wayflu gepartyd owt of thys Worlde the xiiti day of September the 
yere of owe i£orde <$od xxxx on uho.^e go\xl gfejsu have mercy, amen. 



Arms. — P' pale a fess 
between 6 Cross croslets. 
impaled with his mark. 



between 6 ears of corn stalked ; 2d, a fess 
The second Escocheon, ye mercers arms 

Brass. 



A very large Marble. 

#ub marmore teto in tutmtlo terrcno (Corpus £aret Comtptibile 
Ittargarete gettwode vidue que ohiit x'\x° die mensiis J>cptcbriiei 
dni m ecccc xiiii (Cuj* a'i'a p x'pi pa.sjsioniiei mcrita 
Jideltumqi Jtoffragta elerta inter anmia in CeUss $iit £ociata, amen. 

Brass. 



glere lyeth the godyc of #y- 
monde guUocfee m. of arte & 
late psfoue of thi.9 parishe 
who ilcrossed the vi daye 
of Octobct gm° dui 1574- 

Brass. 



Pichi |hu requiem git post hnjMjtf v(itc labore) 
He was an g|f ^Hcet (Calffridu,8 <!}uyn$y 

alderman, & ., , .... _ . 

died <C«J aYe p'picictur ge' : ameu. 

a.d. 1 46 1. Brass. 



Upon the same stone. 

ROBERT WILKINS DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE FEBRUARY THE 
FIRST 17OO. 

Stone. 

2 



HERE UNDER LYETH THE 
BODY OF M K DANIEL TOFT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE THE 21 th DAY OF 
MARCH ANNO DOMINI 
1660 
.ETATIS SVM 47 
.1ETERNITATEM COGITA. 

Arms. — A chevron between three Text T's. 

Upon a Stone set within y e Church upon the East side of the great 
or South door. Cap. painted. 



D. o. M. 
IN SPEM RESSVRECTIONIS 
CORPUS HIC DEPOSUIT 
JOHANNES SANCT AMANDUS 
NOTTINGAMIENSIS 
NATALIBUS, ANIMO, AC STUDIIS JUXTA CLARUS 
ADEOQ, TAM, PUBLICIS MUNERIBUS QUAM PRIVATIS 
ERG A SUOUS OFICIIS (jETATE INTEGRA) CUM DIGNITA- 
TE PERFUNCTUS URGENTE SENIO IN HANC URBEM 
(OB PRISCOS MORES CELEBERRIMAM) EX OPTIONE SE 
RECEPIT CVI VHVE 
MODESTIjE AC PROBITATE CUM 
FACTUS ESSET GRATISSIMUS ALACRITER SPIRITUM DEO 
REDDIDIT 21° NOVEMB : ANNO DNI 1 62 2 
/ETAT: SUjE 78 
SUPERSTITE MCESTISSIMA UXORE JANA EX ANTIQUA 
FAMILIA STRELLEYORUM DE STRELLEY IN COM : 
NOTTINGAMIEN : 
E QUA GENUERIT JOHEM, MARIAM, WILLM, 
FRANSCISCA, PHILIPPU, 
QUORUM DUO NATU MINIM: ADMODUM 
JUVENES OBIERUNT 
PRIMOGENITUS 
MEMORISE PATRIS AC AMICORU* 
MERITIS DE SUO POSUIT 
1623. 

A Handsome marble monument upon the north side of y e East 
window set in y e wall. Cap: Marble. 



Upon a Stone in the South side of the tomb before the Church porch 
are these 2 last lines, of many defaced, yet to be seen. 

IN ANNO 1568 ET OBIT 
VI DIE APRILIS A° 1570. 

His name is s d to have been Parker, a scholar yt came to preach they say. 

3 



HERE LYETH THE BODYES 
OF MARY THE WIFE OF HENRY 
SECKER WHO DIED FEBR: Y E 1 6 
1690 

and john his son died 
febr: y b 3° 1688. 

Stone. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 
JOHN KETTELL WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE THE 1 9 OF OCTOBER 
l66l 

DEAD IS THE BOODY THE LONGER IS HIS REST 
GOD CALL HIM SONEST HOME HE LOVEST BEST. 

Cap: Stone. 



In the outside o/y c Church in y" South wall is set this stone. 

HEERE LYETH THE BODY OF SCRIVENER 
MIEKLETHWAYT THE SONN OF JN° : MIEKLETHWAYT 
GENT: WHO DIED AND WAS BURIED THE 1 7™ DAY OF JUNE 
ANNO DOMINE 1680. 

Arms above Inscription. Quarterly of 4: — I. Chequy, on a chief indented, a 
crescent for difference. 2. Ermine, on a chief indented, three roundels. 3. Per bend 
indented. 4. Two bars, on a canton a leopard's head. 

Stone, in great letters. 



HERE LYETH THE 
BODY OF SAMUELL 

SPENDLOVF. WHO 
DIED 7 JUNE l68l 
ALL YOU THAT ON 

Stone. 



THIS STONE WAS NOUGHT AND THE VOl'I.T 
UNDER IT WAS BUILT BY THOMAS CHICKER- 
ING ALDERMAN LIYKING IN S T CLEMENTS PAR- 
ISH FOR A BURYING PLACE FOR HIS FAMIL1E. 

FRANCIS THE SON OF THOMAS CHICKERING 
AND OF DORATHA HIS WIFE WAS BURIED 
THE 14™ OF JULY 1 669. 
DORATHA THE DAUGHTER OF THOMAS CHICKER- 
ING WAS BURIED THE 8 OF SEPTEM : 1 669. 

Arms. — Upon a Chevron 3 Cocks, a crescent. 

Cap: Stone. 



t 



Cathedral. 

M. S. 

BARBARA UXOR HERBERTI ASTLEY 
HUJUS ECCLESI.S QUONDAM DECANI, 

QUO MUNERE FUNGENDO, 
CUM EXIMIA PIETATE, & PRUDENTlA 
SINGULAREM CONJUXIT HUMANITATEM ; 
DE QUO SI QUIS AMPLIUS SCISCITAVERIT, 
ADJACENS CONSULAT EPITAPHIUM. 
FCEMINA MAGNIFICENTISSIMA, 
ILLUSTRI FAMILlA ORIUNDA, 
FILIA ET HSRES JOHANNIS HOBARTI 
DE WEYBREAD IN COM : SUFF : ARMIGERI : 
FRONTEM HUJUSCE ECCLESI.E OCCIDENTALEM 
NON MAGIS TEMPORIS, QUAM HOMINUM 
INJURIA, DEFORMATAM, 
RESTAURAVIT, & DECORAVIT : 
PER DECENNIUM, SUPERSTES MARITO 
FILIUM UNICUM, IMPUBEREM ET INTESTABILEM 
RELINQUENS, TESTAMENTO SUPPLEVIT 
PRiEMATURiE MORTIS PROVISIONE, 
HOC MONUMENTUM, MARITO, SIBI ET LIBERIS 
TESTAMENTO CONDENDUM VOLUIT, 
OBIIT 2° MARTII ANO DNI 1692 
iETATIS SUiE 54. 

Upon a Monument of Marble. 



HERBERTUS ASTLEY FILIUS HERBERTI ASTLEY 
HUl' ECC* DECANI & BARBARA UXORIS EJ US : 
OBIIT 25 DIE APRILIS ANNO DNI : 1680. 

Stone. 



VIRO BONO DOCTO AC PIO IOHANNI 
PERKHVRSTO EPISCOPO VIGILANTISSIMO 
GEORGIVS GARDENER POSVIT HOC. 

Stone. 



Within y e Rails of y* Altar. 

DEPOSITVM MONTACVTI. 



Stone, 
c 



* 



DEO SACRUM 
MONUMENTUM REVERENDI 
EDMONDI SCAMLER, SUB 
MARIA CONFESSORIS, SUB 
ELIZABETHA PRESULIS, PRIMUM 
PETROBVRGENSIS, POSTMODUM 
NORWICENSIS, MEMORIiE EXTRUCTUM 
FURORE AUTEM ET IMMANITATE 
TEMPORUM (CIRCA ANNVM DOM : 
MDCLl) DISSIPATUM, PIETATE ULTIMA 
ET SUMPTIBUS IACOBI SCAMLER 
(nepotis) DE WOLTERTON IN 
AGRO NORFOLCIENSI, ARMIGERI 
RESTAURAVIT IACOBVS SCAMLER 
PRONEPOS, ANNO DOM : 
MDCXCI. 

VIVO TIBI MORIORQ : TIBI, TIBI CHRISTE RESURGAM 
TE QUIA JUSTIFICA CHRISTE PREHENDO FIDE 
HINC ABUT MORTIS TERROR, MIHI CHRISTE REDEMPTOR 
MORS MIHI IAM LUCRUM EST, TU PIE CHRISTE SALUS. 

Marble. 



GEORGIUS GARDINER BARV1CI NATUS CANTABRIGIA 
EDUCATUS HIC VIXIT PER 27 ANNOS 1° MINOR CANO- 
NICUS, 2 PREBENDARIUS 3 ARCHIDIACONUS NORDOVICI 
ET DEMUM VIZ' 28 DIE NOVEMBRIS ANNO 1573 FACTUS 
EST SACELLANUS SERENISSIM^E DNJE REGIN/E ET DECANUS 
HUJUS ECCLESI^E IN QUO LOCO PER 1 6 ANNOS REXIT 
HANC ECCLESIAM ET TANDEM ANIMA EJUS FELIC1TER 
MIGRAVIT AD SUPEROS. 

OMNEM CREDE DIEM DILUXISSE SUPREMO 
GRATA SUP ERVEN I ET QUE NO SPERATUR HORA 

HEC REQUIE3 MEA IN SECULUM SECULI 
HIC HABITABO QUONIAM ELEGI EAM 
SIVE VIGILO SIVE DORMIO 
SEMPER EA VOX CLAMAT IN 
AURE MEA SURGITE MORTUI 
VENITE AD JUDICIUM. 

Stone. 



ALL YOU THAT DO THIS PLACE PASS BYE 
REMEMBER DEATH FOR YOU MUST DYE 
AS YOU ARE NOW EVEN SO WAS I 
AND AS 1 AM SO SHALL YOU BE. 

THO GOODING HERE DO STAY 
WAYTING FOR GODS JVDGEMENT DAY. 

Stone. 



HERE VNDER RESTETH THE BODY OF THE RIGHT VER- 
TVOVS LADY FRAVNCES THE LATE WIFE OF S R WILLM 
DENNY, K T ONE OF HIS MA TIS COVNSAILL LEARNED 
IN THE LAW ELDEST DAVGHTER OF I AMES TAVERNER 
ESQ. WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE VPON Y E XII DAY 
OF FEB. A D. 1631, BEING OF Y E AGE OF LXIII 
YERES. 

Stone. 

REPOSITORIVM DOMINI GVLIELMI DENNY 
MILITIS QVONDAM RECORDATORIS HVIVS 
CIVITATIS ET VNIVS EX CONSILIARIIS 
REGIIS AD LEGEM QVI OBIIT VICESSIMO SEXTO 
DIE MARTII ANO XVIII CAROLI REGIS 
ANNOQ. DNI 
1642. 

Stone. 



MEMORISE SACRVM. 
HERBERTI DE LOZINGA HUJUS ECCLESIjE 
EPISCOPI ET FUNDATORIS QUI OXIMI IN NOR- 

MANIA NATUS FISCANENSI MONASTERIO 
SE PIETATI ET BONIS UTERIS DEVOVIT, QUA- 
RUM MERITO EJUSDEM PRIOR EVASIT. DEINDE 
A GULLIELMO RUFO IN CONSILIARIUM ASSUMPTUS 

CUM EO A° DNI MLXXXVII (DEFUNCTO 
GULLIELMO CONQUESTORE) IN ANGLIAM TRAJECIT 
EIQ' IN CAPESSENDO REGNO CONSILIIS VALDE ADFUIT 
EODEM ANNO FIT RAMESI^E ABBAS ET TRIENNIO POST 
HUJUS DICECESEOS EPISCOPUS. SUB HENRICO I M0 SUMMI 
CANCELLARII OFFICIO ET DUABUS AD PAPAM LEGATIONIB- 
US OPTIME FUNGEBATUR: SUB utroq' REGE SAPIENTISSIMI 
CONSILIARII IN REPUBLICA MUNUS EXEQUEBATUR ; NEC NON 
SANCTISSIMI EPISCOPI IN ECCLESIA : PRiECIPUE IN DIOCESI SUA J 



M. S. 

EDMUNDUS PORTER WIGORNIjE NATUS 
S : THEOLOGIZE PROFESSOR OLIM COLLEGII 
S : JOHANNIS IN ACADEMIA CANTABRIG : 
SOCIUS, DEIN HUJUS ECCLESIjE 
PREBENDARIUS, QUAM INGENIO PRjESTANTI 
ERUDITIONE PERFECTA, MORIBUS ANTIQUIS, 
PER XLIII ANNOS COHONESTAVIT ECCLESIA 
ANGLO-CATHOLICS FILIUS DEVOTISSIMUS 
ANNIS & VIRTUTIBUS CANUS TANDEM 
FATO CESSIT OCTOBRIS QUINTO 
A : D : MDCLXX 
iETATIS SUiE 75 
EXUVIIS HIC POSITIS. 

Marble. 



7 



St. Helleris Parish. 



ABOVE THE HOSPITALL GATE. 



KING HENRY /EIGHT MOST NOBLY DID ENDUE 

BY LAST BEQUEST THIS CITY WITH THIS PLACE 

WITH LANDS AND RENTT AND ALL THAT THEN WAS DUE 

FOR FEEBLE AGES HELP & HELPLESS CASE 

THE FLOWER OF GRACE KING EDWARD SIXT BY NAME 

CONFERMED & EKE PERFORMED THAT GOOD BEQUEST 

ELIZABETH OUR QUENE OF PEACE AND FAME 

IN LANDS AND RENT HAS MUCH THIS PLACE INCREST 

OF LIKE AFFECTION TO THE SELF SAME END 

THE LIKE REWARD THE ALMIGHTY LORD HER SEND. 



St. Helleris Church. 

TO THE MEMORY OF M R NICOLAS 
RIX, WHO WAS THIRTY TWO YEARS 
A CAREFULL DILIGENT AND FAITHFULL MASTER 
OF THIS HOSPITAL, UNTIL THE TORMENTING 
FITS OF THE STONE MADE HIM RESIGNE THAT 
OFFICE, AND AFTERWARD HIS PAINFULL LIFE 
WHICH HE EXCHANGED FOR ETERNALL REST 

NOVEMBER THE 14™ 1 675, AGED 74. 
TO THE MEMORY ALSO OF ANN HIS WIFE, WHO 
CONCLUDED HER LONG AS WEL AS PIOUS LIFE 
OF EIGHTY THREE YEARS, IAN: Y E 14™ 1694. 
AND OF SAMUEL THEIR ONELY SON WHO 
DIED JUNE THE I st 1679. 
THIS MONUMENT WAS ERECTED BY MARY 
DAUGHTER OF THE SAID NICOLAS AND 
ANN, AND WIDOW OF THOMAS SHEWELL 
LATE OF LONDON, GENTLEMAN. 

A Monument of Marble set up in f E. wall of a Cross He South. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF NICHOLAS RIX 

WHO WAS MASTER OF THIS HOSPITALL 
32 YEARS AND A QUARTER, HE DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE Y E 14™ OF NOVEM. 1675 
AGED 74 YEARS. 
MIHI CHRISTUS EST, ET IN VITA, ET IN 
MORTE LUCRUM 
SAMUELL RIX THE SON OF NICHOLAS RIX 
AGED 24 YEARS AND A HALFE, DEPAR- 
TED THIS LIFE THE I st OF JUNE, 1676 
AND LYETH HERE INTERRED. 
MORI VIXIT, VIVF.RE OBIIT. 



god's 

15 



HOWSE 



78. 



Stone. 



« 



HERE LYETH 
M RS ANN RIX 
WHO DYED JAN : 
THE 15™ 1694 
AGED 83 YEARS. 

Stone. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 
EDWARD ATTELSEY, SENIOR 
WHO DYED OCTOBER Y E 2^ TH 1 69 3 
AGED 67 YEARS. 

Stone. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 
PRUDENCE Y E WIFE OF 
EDWARD ATTELSEY 
WHO DIED AUG. Y E 22, 1 694 
AGED 71 YEARS. 

Stone. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 

EDWARD ATTELSEY SON 
OF PETER ATTELSEY AND 
ANN HIS WIFE HE DIED 
JUNE Y E 3 d 1698. 

Stone. 



S. A. DY SEP. 
Y E 25: 170O. 



Stone. 



HERE VNDER LYETH THE 
BODY OF STEPHEN PRIEST 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE TENTH OF MARCH 
1671. 

Stone. 



ANN THE WIFE OF STEPHEN 



PRIEST WAS BVRIED HERE 
4™ 01 
1665. 



THE 24™ OF APRIL 



Stone. 

D 



(Quod reflemptor mens vivff. 
videno &tu £alvatorcin meu. 

(gvyr ^hu mercy. 

(gvyr ghu tntrci). 



in novi^'into die de terra j fa wwtotttf mm. 
actum meu uoli mc indirare. 

(gvyr glut mercy. 

(Svyr $hu mercy. 

8 ^raw plates. 



OUT OF GRATITUDE TO THE MEMORY 
OF AUGUSTINE STEWARD, GENT, WHO 
WILLINGLY LEFT THIS WORLD FOR THE 
HOPES OF A BETTER: DECEMB. Y e 1 4™ 
1698, AGED 51 YEARS. 
AND MARY HIS WIFE, WHO ALSO 
EXCHANGED THIS LIFE FOR THE HOPES 
OF A BLESSED & IMMORTALL ONE 
DECEMB : 9™ 1697, AGED 65 YEARS. 



Stone. 



(Wxt jacet ^a)tlulphuj6i ^omerby capcUanu$ quondam 
ijstiuis hojSpUaHje cuius' a'i'c p'picief uY amc\ 



©rate p' aYa gfohauniisi geteyns. 



Brass. 



Brass. 



M. G. 

1689. 



Stone. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY 
OF THOMAS CHURCH 
WHO DYED OCTOBER 
Y B 31, 1683 
AGED 6l YEARS. 



(!)ratc p' a'iW Willi* ffualcyn & mnrprrte 
rxx'ifi tut quor' a'i'ab' p'piciet' de' Qmc\ 



Stone. 



Brass. 



10 



Church porch. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 
ANN THE WIFE OF EDRED 
BROWNE WHO DIED 
23 DAY OF DESEMBER 
1680. 

Stone. 



Mr gmt (BUuMJx mtlt .... 

Brass. 



Mich. Coslany. 

HIER LIGHT BEGRA- 

VEN FRANCHOYS 
VANDER BEKE F 
HVBERTS VAN YPRE 

WYT VLANDEREN 
STADT DEN XVIII EN 
DACH MAY ANNO 
MCCCCCLXXXVII. 

Arms, — A chevron between in chief two estoiles and in base a crescent. 

Stone. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY 
OF MARY HALLEWIICK 
WIDOW WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE THE 30 OF IULY 
l66l 
HOD IE MIHI 
CRAS TIBI. 



PETER WHETE- 
WRONG BVRED 
AVG THE 2 
1654. 



IOHN WHETEW- 
RONG BVRED 
MAY THE 9 
1655. 



Here lye 
buried 

Francis Vander 
Beke, son of 
Hubert of 



Stone. 



Stone. 



Stone. 



©f yo r rharyte pray for the soulcs at %X r glafe ^Tythyns sum- 
tyme mayer of this (Cyte which dyed iu the tjcre of our |Cordt 
1535. and also of |tt r gryan &aillor sumtyme one of the Audi- 
tors of y e goings (Sschcquyer w th also dyed iu the yere of our £Cord 
1555- and gtnne sumtyme u'yfe to them hoth of ther fathers & 
mothers soull" audi all ©hristen Jfouls Cod have merry ^men. 

Brass near y e Font. 

©rate p' a'iW helene godfrey ft (glteaheth godfrey f iliar : ^i'iU'mt ©odfrry 
vicicomitis (SMtatis gforwtci quar: ^uimar: propiriet' de' %° Qni xv c xxx°. 

Brass. 

Here begins y" Great Alley. 

M. S. 
HIC JACET 
ELIZABETHA FILIA 
IOSEPHI ALANSON 
CLERICI 
ET 

ANNiE UXORIS 
OBI IT AUG : 2 6 TO A. DOM. 
I 701. 

Stone. 



©rati p' a'i'ah* gohls $ose quo'da' rivis ft aldermans 
cMtatis gtonvict ft p' a'i'a gfohe' ux: fi' qui quidam $ohe' 
obiit xxviii die me's : gnlii %° dm $1° erec° \xxx quor : a'i'ah' p'pirict' df'. 

Brass. 



(ftood frcud" prey for £ho's Sli'aruys tuast' of glrte here the ^fruttfle 
cha'yntry pri st deptcd from this world on £eyut pihill evy' 1508. 

Brass. 



Upon an old stone, laid in brass, is this Coat. 

(Gray — Full r : Norff: 8 H : 6 az : a Fess twixt 2 Chev : Or. — Lisle Gwillims 
Herald, p. 93. Or. a F. between 2 Che: Sable.) Or. a F. betw. 2 Chev. Gul. 
Fitz Walter, Westm': p. 20. Upon another y e Same impaling on a bend 3 mullets 
pierced. [Arms as drawn in MS. : I and 4, quarterly on a fess between two chevrons 
an estoile; 2 and 3, lozengy.] 



£ponsa jaret talis Welyam $00 que fuit alls 
£ed sibi non ite rogo dices xp'e venitr. 

Brass. 

12 



hie jaeet m\U8 &mVkm ttttjm: ®M$ et Pewato* 
Howie* cute mint p'oicieta* &m$ gnam 

Brass. 



he*e tpth the hodje of Stomas ffm who Atm- 
ajsert y e 27 of fftfvmw heing off y e age off 59 
paveis & was hueieo" iw « e feate of out ICottf 1596. 

Brass. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 
ROGER SALTER, GENT, WHO 
DYED Y E 25 OF JANUARY 
ANNO DOMINI 1698, AGED 76 YEARS. Stone. 

Arms drawn in margin : Ten billets 4, 3, 2 & 1 ; impaling a fess ermine between 
six crosses crosslet. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF ANN PLOMBE 
THE SECOND DAVGHTER OF HENRYE PLOMBE 
AND MARY HIS WYFE OF THE AGE OF SIXTEENE 
YEARES THREE WEEKS AND FOWER DAYES WHO 
DECEASED THIS LIFE THE FIFTE DAYE OF 
IANVARYE IS96. 

Brass. 



ANNO DNI MDCXXI. DIE MAII 
XVIII. IN CCELESTEM MIGRAVIT 
PATRIAM MARIA VXOR MARTINI 
MOENEN CORPVS SVVM HVIC 
RELINQVENS SEPVLCHRO IN DIEM 
RESVRRECTIONIS. 

Stone. 



$e*e $e«teth the §0% of W William 
^atfto ^aeheloa* of givinitjje 
late p'siow of this y'ishe who de- 
ceased the 7 th daye of (fDctohe* 1624. 

Brass. 



Remnant of an Epitaph. 

.... ^Mtte off qwhose wle gfhu have me*cu the 
qwhiehe sseMd (Btejjofy .... flep'tyfl ffeom thyjs 
woelde the m% day of the gttonythe 
of $anua*ye the ye*e off ow r Ut& (Ba& 
a fabommd ffyyffe .... 

Brass. 

I suppose of Gregory Clarke, Mayor in 1505 & 1514. 

13 E 



(Ovate p' a'i'a foliane (Hern n«p' tttfiiJ (Cutgoeii (Clfvu gtmiori.s rivi.a ft gUdftmani 
gtonrtri q e q'd e $ohana obitt x.vi° die ^epte'br 91° wnciii rut' aYf p'pirict' de' ante'. 

Brass, 



(Dvate p' »T» £fon'i$ gy.sshop ©enero.st q' obitt .xviii die 
gtovc'br' §t° d'ni &tt rcrc lm\vviii rwi' nYf p'pirict' to' ante'. 

Brass. 



(Drate p' a'i'ab' $ob'ti ilooc quonda' (fins ft <3Udennani ^tovuici ft 
Jttatgavete u,vov' sue q' q'd' $obevt' obiit trvrio die £IU ns'te 
Ifaiutavii 9>° d'ni P frrrlv.vnvi rt £Wavrjaveta obiit .... 
quov a'i'ab' p'piriet' dfus amf'. 

Brass. 



©rate p' a'i'a §ftavfjavete ffevove nup' ux'is \\\('\ ffevove ruijs ft gVUUrmain 
gtowiet que obiit ,vi.r die £ttaii 3>° d'ni £tt"fffCfij° nti' a'i'f p'picirt' df' mm. 

Brass. 



©vatc p' a'i'ab' aftenviei ^eoloir.s quonda' gUdevmani tfiritati.o' ^toviriei et 
§Uicie cowsovt: sue q' q'de' JUnvirti.a' obiit 25 dif drermbr' §Uno d'ni £U v c jtv°. 

This is in y e passage by y e Chancel out o/y c Great Alley into y 
South He Alley. 



The arms upon Jn° : Bishops stone parted p 1 pale in the first argent on a bend 
Cotised gides, 3 Bezants in the 2 d a Chevron engrail'd between 3 Escallops. 



Cathedral. 

11KRE LYE Y E CORPS Y u GHOST IS 
GONE TO JOY Y 1! WHICH IN LIFE 
IT SOUGHT AT LENGTH IT 
FOUND BY CHRIST ALONE SEE 
WHAT ADVANTAGE DEATH HATH BROUGHT. 
GEORGE MARCH, VERGER 
OF THIS CHURCH 
I 640. 

Stone. 



' 1 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 
WILLIAM BURGESSE WHO 
DYED THE XV th OF AUGUST ANNO DOM. 
l688 AGED 59. 
HERE ALSO LYETH THE BODIES OF HIS DAUGHTERS 
ELIZABETH AND ANN WHO DIED ANN 1 DOM'. 
I657- 

Stone. 

1636. HERE RESTETH THE 
BODY OF WALTER .... 

( Remaining portion of leaf torn out.) 



ISAAC ASTLEY FILIUS 
HERBERTI ASTLEY HUJUS 

ECCLESI.E DECANI ET 
BARBARA UXORIS EJUS 
OBIIT 27 DIE NOVEMBRIS 
ANNO DNI 1676. 

Stone. 

HIC JACET 
HENRICVS FAIRFAX, S. T. P. 
APUD EBORACENSES NATUS 
FAMILIA ANTIQUA PERINDE AC NOBILI, 
FAIRFAX ILLIUS (NA . . . .) NEPOS, 
SI SPECTES RES GESTAS, MAGNI, SI CONSILIUM, . . 
ACADEMIAM OXONIENSEM, 
CUI HIC PEPERCIT, BENIGNUS HOSTIS, 
PROPUGNAVIT ILLE FAUTOR ACERRIMUS ; 
MALUIT NEMPE MAGDALENENSIS SOCIUS 
A COLLEGIO DECEDERE, QUAM FIDE \ 
AB. OBSTINATA RELIGIONIS DEFENSIONE, 
ILLUM NEC MIN<E REGIS DIMOVERUNT, NEC ILLECEBRjE : 
FRANGI NON POTUIT, FLECTI NOLUIT. 
JUDICES ENIM INIQUISSIMOS 
QUIBUS NON OBSEQUI ALIJS IN GLORIAM CESSIT, 
IPSE AUSUS EST ET LACESSERE, 
TERRENS MAGIS QUAM METUENS : 
TANDEM 

IN HUJUS ECCLESL<E DECANATUM ASSUMPTUS, 
PERICULI, QUOD ULTR6 SUBIERAT, 
MERCEDEM INVITUS TULIT : 
UBI FACIUNDIA PARITER SIMPLEX, ET MORIBUS, 
PRUDENS jEQUE AC LIBERALIS, 
SEVERUS JUXTA AC BENEVOLUS, 
QUA VIRTUTE UNIVERSAM DEFENDIT ECCLESIAM, 
ORNAVIT SUAM. 

DOM 1 . MDCCII 
jETATIS su;e LXVIII. 
THOMAS FAIRFAX, H^ERES AC NEPOS, 
HOC MONUMENTUM GRATUS MiERENSQ' POSUIT. 

White Marble, a fair Monument. 

15 



OBIJT DIE VICESIMO MA 1 : ANNO 



vSY. Mich 11 . Coslany. 

Rich* Walhvye y e first Chauntry priest. 

(Dstfa gttatjtetri cunrta gie'i Sli'aUour i.sta 

Sttrna tenet primi terrea pre.sbiteri 

(Bx cantaria veniam $ibt po^e maria 

gtunc aT* ©mm.* p'piriare deujs 

|ttd q' qmnquie£ gtt. A. q' gUno xp'i q' jScpttlt. 

Brass. 

N.B. See his Will.— Rix. f. 305. 



Two shields here drawn, the larger one bears a fess nebulee between three dogs' 
or foxes' heads erased; on the smaller shield, three crescents. On this stone the 
portraitures of I man & 3 women. 



©rate p' a'i'ab' (Sregorij <£lerfc quo'da' Civis d gM'mani £torniri q' obijt xxvit die 
(Ortob'r a do' £tt°reeelv.vir et p' a'i'a gtpet' quoda' \\x' ejnssde' 6reriorii postia ux' gob'ti 
SPhorpe (tftvttf & gUd'mani ^lovxvici q e q'de' ^gne.s obijt xv die (Drtobr' &° d'nt £U rerreiij°. 

G. Clerk, Sheriff, 1477. 

Brass. 



In the Windotu. 

On an Escocheon arg. a helmet, surmounted on a Torce a Bear's head erased sable 
muzled argent on it a Crescent or. under the Escho : An. d'ni. 1577. 



These above in y" Chancel part of y' So : He, used for parish 
meetings 6r business. 



(Orate p' a'i'a |ttarpretc ^aeton 
rut' a'i'a p pieietur ileus; amen. 



(Orate p' a'i'a (fdmondi laur.c 
cui' a'i'a p'pirietuv dc' iniifii. 



Brass. 



Brass. 



Hound y c Brass Pillar whereon y v Brass Eagle is placed, which 
in all is 6 foot high. 

(Drate p' a'i'ab' WiU'mi Wr.otbrol; iJo.oe et ^oh'e n.vor' ej' a" d'ni £U'eeeeltmiij. 

j q Brass. 



gjt»c mmUv wsfoth the 

&t1>%vtt& iW XxU tht 2 d of 
gimt mm Umlm 1648. 



A man with a great many Titles. 

©vate f aTa <§U1Mi tan'Mang atrium wYij 
m^dicittisi toMavij mttttt & (tote ^jtovwici 

ifra.f.f. 

See his Will.— Copping, fol. 112. 



Per pale in the first between 3 bars 8 Escallops, in y e 2 d 3 Martlets or Birds. 

M. S. 

ELIZABETHA JOHANNIS MOULTON UXOR 
ARNOLDI WALLEN FILIA 
UTRISQUE DILECTISSIMA 
AD PLURES ABIJT 
XXVIII DIE MENSIS SEPTEMBRIS 
ANNO DOM. MDCCIII 
iETAT SU.E XXII 

Stone. 



HERE LYETH Y E BODY OF DANIEL 
SON OF JOHN MASINGARB, GNT. 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
OCTOB. Y E 12 th 1 701 
AGED 25 YEARS. 

Stone. 



HIC JACET 
MARIA UXOR JOHANNIS ANNYSON 
QUiE OBIJT VICESIMO QUARTO DIE JULII 
ANNO /ETATIS SU^E VICESIMO NONO 
ET SALUTIS HUMANE 
MILLESIMO SEPTINGENTESIMO. 

Stone. 

17 F 



(Date i>' a'i'n $oh'te Wtbfcr iirtut' m'xi & (Cautam hujwjs 
(gcclecie quondam (CaneHaiu q' oliijt §1° rto 1 $1° v c xxiiij rui' a'i'c p'picitt' dc'. 



Brass. 



On a Bend az: 3 Dolphins embowed. 

Upon a defaced monument on which is no inscription is this Coat armour 

found often. 

(Upon a Bend 3 Dolphins emb : Or: ye Coat of Osborn, Maier 1661.) 



Within this Church upon ye Wall over ye South Door is painted a Stately 
Monument wherein lyes attired in all Royal Ornam 13 , is represented the famous 
Q. Elizabeth lying along in full proportion, and if ye reason be enquired, it is 
because some say she took great delight in hearing ye bells of ye p'ish. So 
generally lov'd when living, & honourd when dead, was that Q. yt monuments to 
her memory & praise were thus set up in 33 Churches in London, besides that 
chief and sumptuousst monum 1 erected to her mem : by K. J., & in imitation thereof, 
see Stow's Survey, 1633. 

This Church has a Ring of 6 very good Bells, a Clock, & Chimes every 
3 Hours. 



In S x Maries Church is this Inscription cut very deep in a stone set in y° 
Wall at y e West end of the Church. 

IE TOMAS DE LINCCO 
LE A DONE A CEL AVTE 
R SIRGE E VN LAVMPE E LA 
RENTE DE COLEGATE. 



Upon the outside of the East end of Trows Church under a nich, in which 
have been formerly an Image, as by y 1 ' Inscription appears: 

t will's : DE : KIKKEBI : 
PRIOR : NORW1C : ME ! 
POSVIT : CVl' : AfE : PPI 
CIETVR : DS : 



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Inscriptions above y° arch of St. Giles's Gate, on the inside. 

M R THOMAS CORY 
MAIOR 1628. 



On the outside, under the City earms, is carved in stone. 

ADORNATA TEMPORE 
MAIORAT' HENRICI 
CROWE ARMIGER 1 1679. 



From this gate Southwards, at y e distance of 330 paces along the City 
Wall, you come at a Stone set up in the said Wall on the outside next 
y e Ditch, in wh ch Stone is this inscription: 

IN THE TIME OF 
ALEXADER AGVISH 

ESQVIER MAIOR 
ANO DOM' 1629. 



( There is a stone opposite to this that is in y* inside of y e Wall, next 
Chapply field, but y* inscription is not now legible, doubtless it was the 
same.) This length of the piece of y e wall, appearing to have been 
then repaird, is 55 paces, the stone set up in y e midst of it ; 146 paces 
farther east, is a p s of Wall newly reedified. 46 paces length, 6° 10 
paces of y* battle mU of this side repaird, about y* middle ofw h is set 
up in y c inside a stone thus inscribd : 

/EDIFICATA TEMPORE 
ROBERTI BE . . E . 
ARMINGER MAJOR 
CIVIT' NORWICI 
ANN° DNI 1710. 



Upon y e Walls of White Friers bridge over y e arch on each side is an 
Escocheon, Viz % : on y e east side, or down y e river, y e arms of y a City, 
& on y e West, or side upward y e Fiver, y" Foyal Arms as were in 
Queen Eliz: time, viz^: ff ranee 6° England Quarterly, all cut in y e 
Free Stone. This bridge was broken in y e time of Kets rebellion. 
Between this bridge 6° Fy bridge is a stone set in y e wall of y e Wharf 
or Key, which Key is on y e South side of y e River, 6r° hath this 
inscription : 

THIS STATH IN Y E MAYORALTY OF WILLIAM 
DAVY ESQUIRE WAS REPAIRED AT Y E EQUAL CHARGE OF THE 
CITY & MEN'S HOSPITAL, ANNO DNI 1660. 



19 



St Marys Church in Norwich. 



The Inscriptions 70 ch in it beginning at y* West end. See y° 2 d page back 
for y e inscription upon wall. 

Orate p' a'i'ah' Shome (Ehaunt 
(g'wtt et ald'mamn istt' cuitaf 
ac gone' uxis sue p'ute q' quide' Shotnas oliijt flic octob\ 
do. P°v c xi q°x. a'i'ah' p'picief de'. 



$ete untTct rwtcth the gody of games 
^ertieefee the isouae of getcr ^er- 
hech Merchant of this Cittie 
who died at the anc of 18 yearcs 
the 15 of £chr: anno d'n'i 1633. 

Brass. 



Diere Icythe goh'n geme & Ceeitie his tvyfc 

the wiche gohn' depctted the x\x dayc 
of ^cptcmhev i» the yere of ou r lord 6od xv c 
and xlvuj oa whose soulcs $esu have m r ry. 

Brass. 



In one of ye North windows is this Escocheon, quarterly : 1st, semy de flowers 
de lis or. a fret azure; 2d, Or. 3 Leopards passant gardant ; 3d, as 2d; 4th, 
as first. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 

SAMUELL WATTSON WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 
13 DAY OF JANUARY ANNO 
DOMINI 1695 
AGED 46 YEARS. 

Stone. 



Brass under a small inlaid effigies. 

ilic iaret corp' ^fliict' ffranrrys virtue quondam 
fiUr ^oh'is Jcnton rui' a'i'c p'pirirt' drus ante'. 

Suppose this ye Denton yt was Shcrif anno 14S2. 
20 



Htm uUtt xtatttix tu §ody of 
§ttm WtxWH of tW (tMtk 
mtufamt apd 44 uwm to dep*M 
21 at Inly anno d'iri 1629. 



/« //fo same Stone is cut: 

Start unto* watotft tto §od;g of g tin §*ato 

0Ott 0* gtttx §eato of fig* $ittie 
mmtettt aafl §Mtnt §*ato ate mft ttoy 
§*p*ttjd twijs §if* tto am tto 28 th day of 

£g$tffltfm 1670, tto otto* tto 13 th 
flay of (Drtoto* 1670. 

Brass. 



On y e next Stone are y e Effigies of a man 6° woman inlaid in Brass, 6° 
an inlaid old fashioned pavillion or Canopy w th spires, but y e 
Inscription is gone, so carft tell who they were, their Habit is 
very odd. 



Upon or over the Pulpit this Scotch" : P' pale first sable a chevron engraild 
ermine between 3 annulets within a bordure argt : Second, Heme. 



HERE RESTETH THE BODY OF 
ROBERT KEEPAS DECEASED 
THE 3 OF JUNE 1641. 

This Stone has had a more ancient inscription in brass inlaid round ye ledge 
of it, but is all now pull'd away. 

' Stone. 



In the North Cross lie. 

Ovate y' a'i'a f^entftf ©oto rivte 
Hotwiri aaau m¥ a'i't yywkV &tw. 

Brass. 



In y e East wall of this N: Tie is this Inscription upon a 'Square plate of 
brass, 6° und T it a plate also with an Escocheon of 2 Coats impald. 



M*S ANE CLAXTON HERE INTERD DOETH LYE 

WHOSE VERTUOUS LYFE A LIVINGE PRAYER DID MIRRIT 

HER FAITHE RELIGION GRACE AND CHARRITYE 

HATH CROUNDE HIR SOWLE W T WHAT THE SAYNTES INHERIT 

FULL FOWERSKORE YEARES SHE LIVED EXEMPTE FROM BLA ME 

PRESAGE SAFE HIR REPUTATIONS NAME 

FROM WORSHIPES RACE SHE DID AT FIRST DESEND 

AND CLAXTONS NAME DID WELL THAT WORTHE ADORN E 

BY WHOME WHILST HEAVEN UNTO HIR LYF E DID LEND 

NINE SONES FIVE DAUGHTERS TO THIS WORL D WEAR BOR^ 

THE FIRST OF AUGUST ONE THOUSA NDE SIX HUNDRED & FIVE 

SHE DYED LET STILL HIR VERTUES PRAYES SURVIVE. 

Arms below Inscription. — A fess between three "hedg hogs passant," on a demi- 
shield borne as a canton, barry, surmounted by a canton charged with three martlets : 
Claxton impaling two bars, in chief "3 Scallop shells." — Clarke. 



A small Escochaon upon a board colourd upon paper hanging against y" 
West wall of this N: lie. 

Party p' pale in ye first. 4 Coats. — first, Gules a fess between 3 hedge hogs 
passant argent on a canton, sinister Barry of Arg' : & azure a Canton dexter. 2 d . argt : 
between 3 Masiles sable a fesse of 4 p' azure & gules counterchangd. 3 d . Azure 3 piles 
wavy arg' descending from ye top to ye Sinister base point where they conjoyn. A 

Canton 4th, Gules, a bend Vairey. The second is argent 2 Bars azure, in 

chief 3 Escallops gules. 



In y e E. wind™ of this He is this Coat. 

Ermine a Saltire ingraild between 4 Croslets fitchee gules in ye border of this 
window. In ye N. Wind w of it are Several I's & W's crownd, whom they design I 
know not. Qy. if not Jn°. W 



In the South Cross He und T their Effigies. 

(tfccc jsuli hdf ^apidc (fvrfloriu.s cxtat humatus X'\ movti.o vapirtc qui Jtaprf ritcv vocitatu.o 
(Quondam mrrratov piu.0 ac inopum vcUiatov (L'on.ornsu tuvbc maiov bin in hac fuit mbc 
%\\\\\$ gjfc° <C° quatn- drcic.s ,or.v bio quoq' bini.o ^r.vto kalrndav' fuit apvili.s sibt fiuija' 
W\c qui$qui,s: ^trtcii.s' ip.su' pvcrib' mrmov cvi.o £ ^pon.oam rtcfunrtam sua' gtliriam sibi juuctant. 

Half of this plate is broke away ( the stone being decay d) and is lying in 
y Vestry. Lower under him is an inlaid plate wherein is ingraved 6 sons 
Gr> und' her one w ih 5 daughters. 



Next lyes a Stone with y e Inscription &* Effigies w ch have been inlaid w K 
Brass, both pluckd away &> gone. 



In y e E. Window of this lie is an Escocheon with this mark in it 

( the same is also on y e outside cut in stone at each foot ofy e angle 
upon y e gable) there are also several G's 6° D's in both y e E. 6° S. 
windows painted in y e glass, so that I conjecture s* Gregory Draper 
was the builder (or at least y* chief contributor toy e building) of this 
He in w ch he is buried. Qy. How this accords with f Churches 
being built by Jestallon, Sherif. 




In the Chancel. 

HERE RESTETH THE BODY OF THOMAS 
WESTWOOD WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE SEPT. 
THE I st 1699 
AGED 60 YEARS 
HERE ALSO RESTETH THE BODY OF ABRAHAM 
WESTWOOD SON OF SAID THO : WESTWOOD 
LIFE ' 
1699 
AGED 31 YEARES. 



(tomit f aTa g$nMU Wwtm? quoW 



Stone. 



Brass. 



Upon the same stone is cut this. 

HERE RESTETH Y E BODY OF JOHN CARTER Y E SONNE OF ROBART CARTER WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE UPON Y E 29™ OF AUGUST 
ANNO DOM' 1645 IN Y E 27™ YEAR OF HIS AGE. 



%tnxit\ tnmnln' : Pim'tef oxth p'Mt uniu tntvC (Qutequte txi$ qui tn'aitvifi : $tn 
jferttfge: plota: $mn m&' fue*am ij'ijtl' th pd w pwm oxn (&t &'& mniyo- 
tettis : qui vertro cuacta cxmti £fy gttemo* oxa txxi famuli fxn$\lx$ $int fiu 
($ui &ittn& \mmtn$ twit in fttcxttip Hattox nw nan & isitiuis taltsit tux%i%\& 
<&Mit(C ultimo Ait tntn$i& gt\)tttribxi# anno A'ni %$i\\t$imo awcxviis . 

Brass. 



In y e same stone is this cut. 

HERE RESTETH THE BODY OF THOMAS CARTER THE SONE OF ROBERT CARTER 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE UPON THE 2 I th 
DAYE OF NOVEMBER ANNO DOM'l 1 6 . . 
IN Y E 26 YEAR OF HIS AGE. 
2 3 



©rate p' a'i'a fl'ni gjdb'ti £ttayo quotttV hujuis 
wVte rap ni p'och: # obijt .vxvij flit mifl'tt §t° 

Brass. 



FRANCIES PYKE 
DIED FEB : THE 3 
1601. 

But whether man or woman I think don't apear from ye Inscript'. 

Stone. 

There is another stone which have had a plate inlaid, but is now gone. 



In y" South Wall of y* Chancel is a handsome marble monument set up, 
w th in which are small Images kneeling, representing CI e nit Heme, 
Esq*) his Lady, 2 Sons &• one Daughter, on which are the following 
Inscriptions : 

A. SIC FVIT EXORSU PRIMO NATURA PUSILLA 

SIC FUIT AUSPICIIS SERPENS SIC PARVAL' HYRN' 

B. MOX FUIT ERECTUS TJT PINEA TADU CORRUSCANS 
ALTUS HONORAT' FERMUS SIC PINUS IN HORTIS 

C. NUC JACET IMMOT' QUE VESTIT TERRA QUIESIES 
SED VESTIT CCELU MELIUS CHRISTUS Q' PRECATOR. 

D. HERE LYETH BURIED Y E BODY OF CLEMET 
HYRNE LATE CITISE & ALDERMA OF THE 

C1TTY OF NORWICH WHO HAD BENE 
ONCE MAIOR OF Y E SAME CITTY HE DYED 
23 OF SEPT. 1596. HE HAD ISSUE BY MARGARET 

E. HIS FIRST WIFE 2 SONES THOMAS, AND 
XPOFER, & ONE DAUGHTER NAMED SUSAN 

HE WAS A GOOD BENEFACTOR TO Y E POORE OF THIS PARISH. 

The said Margaret died the 13 of June, 1 585. 

The letters A, B, C, D, E, refer to ye places (marked so in ye draught of ye 
monument), in wch ye inscriptions are cut. 

Arms. — Upon ye top of ye monum* : is ye Arms of said Heme, with Helmet, 
Crest, & Mantlings, being Or. 3 bars gemelles gules, a Canton or. argt. 5 lozenges 
gules 2, 1, & 2. Ye Crest a 'Talbet passant Sable wth Collar & leading string 
reflexed over his back or. 

Within the square of ye monum* are 3 Scotcheons : first, ye arms of ye City of 
Norwich; 2 d , his own sheild, as before; 3*1 P' P*l* > n 3 parts, first & 3* 1 : vert. 2 
pikes crossed in Saltire argt : y C middle azure 3 Dolphins naiant embowed paleways ; 
over all, on a chief gules, 3 couple of cross keys or. 



In the North 7c>ind w ofy" Chancel upon a /" painted glass. 

(tfCVVanli gf.S'a Upon another: 

0% ntCVtdi §)) [Spirleng, Town Clerk, 

frnr.otvam. 1471.^.] 

34 



Within y e Altar. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 
MATHEW COATES WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE JULY THE 7™ 1703 
AGED 33 YEARS. 
AND ALSO TWO OF HIS CHILDREN Y E ONE 
DYED JAN : II th 1 699 Y E OTHER JULY 6™ 1702. 

Stone. 



Next Stone has had 2 brass pourtraitures & an Inscription inlaid, but are now [gone]. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF JOHN PYKE WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 8 DAY OF 
FEBRUARY ANNO DOMINI 169O 
AGED 38 YEARS. 

Stone. 



HODIE MIHI 
CRAS TIBI. 
HERE LYETH THE BODY OF MARY 
PARKER THE WIFE OF JOSEPH 
PARKER WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE THE 4™ DAY OF MAY ANNO 
DOMINI 1685 AGED 
60 YEARES. 

Stone. 



SIC TU 
HERE LYETH THE BODY OF JOSEPH 

PARKER WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE THE 14™ DAY OF NOVEMBER 
ANNO DOM. 1699 
AGED 59 YEARES. 

Stone. 



Upon ye North side of ye altar is an arch of Freestone in ye wall, & on ye 2 sides 
of ye arch upon a wreath gules & sable, is cut a Bulls head of ye last. 



2 5 



H 



Within the arch is placed a square stone inscribed: 

HIC IACENT UNA MARTINUS VAN KURNBECK 
ARTIU ET MEDICINE DOCTOR ET JOANNA UXOR 
SUA DE PAROCHIA ET CIVITATE HAC NUPER 
DEFUNCTI QUI MARTINUS OBIJT XX° FFEBRUARIJ 
1578 ET JOHANNA TERTIO SEPTEMBRIS 1 5 79 
IN QUOR' MEMORIAM FIDELIS SIM HENRICUS 
JONES ARMIG'.IN CANCELLARIA FELICISSIME DNE 
ELIZ' REGINE EXAMlATOR, EXECUTOR, TESTAMENTI 
D'CE JOHANNE OPUSCULUM HOC FIERI FECIT 
QUOR' AIAB' PROPICIETUR DEUS AMEN. 

This inscription having been lately painted a new, there are some visible mistakes 
in it, but the true reading is as above (as far as I can p'ceive.) 



The 2 Rests or Supports of ye Roof near ye 2 East angles made wth ye 2 Cross 
lies upon ye Chancel, are each an angel's holding before them a shield (sic). 

That on ye North side: party p' pale first argt : 6 ferde moulins 3, 2, 1, (& 
between ye 2 a mullet diff.) all sable. 2d coat Ermine upon a Chevron sable 2 Lyons 
counter passant Or. 

That by ye South angle p' pale, first coat as before; 2d, sable a Chevron between 
3 Lyons rampt. argt. 



The Coat last mentioned upon Mr. Hemes monumt : is ye Worshipful Company of 
Fishmongers arms, & I suppose is mistaken by ye painter who last coloured it, for in 
Gwillims heraldry, p. 299, tis thus blazond : Azure 3 Dolphins naiant in Pale between 
2 pair of Lucyes saltire wise, proper, crownd or. on a chief Gules three couple of Keys 
crossed, as ye Crowns. 



This Church has 6 Bells, tuneable, though small. 



5* Clem*- 

(Beticeen Bullocks 6° Quinsy's.) 
Arms. — A fess between 3 stars. Crest, a demy-man. 

HERE RESTETH THE BODY OF THOMAS 

EVERARD GENT. WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE THE 20 1 " OF JUNE ANNO 

DOMINI 1666 HE GAVE TWELVE 

POUNDES TO THE PARISH OF S T 
CLEMENT TO BE EMPLOYED FOR THE 
USE OF THE POOR /ETATIS SUiE 44. 

Stone. 

26 



South side of Chickering. 



HERE RESTETH THE BODY OF ELIZABETH 
THE ONLY CHILD OF 
KATHERINE EVERARD THE WIFE OF 
JOHN EVERARD, GENT. DECEASED SHE 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 2 th OF 
OCTOBER ANNO DOMINI 1 663 
jETATIS S1LE II. 
HERE ALSO RESTETH THE BODY OF JOHN 

EVERARD THE ELDEST SON OF 
THOMAS EVERARD HE DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE THE 5™ OF JUNE ANNO DOMINI 1 666 
iETATIS SILE 1 5. 

Stone. 



An Escocheon hangs in ye vestry : p' pale argent & sable on a Chevron between 3 
Martlets, as many trefoils slipped all counterchangd. (The same Coat is to be seen 
carvd in ye penthouse above ye gate of ye house against ye East end of ye Church). 
Is also in glass in ye East window of ye Chancel. 

This ye Coat of Wood. 



Under y e monum* of S t Amand is pladd an Altar Tomb belonging to y* 
Aldridges, but having been removed from some other part of the 
church, the inscriptions, w cil were only painted, are almost quite 
defaced. 



3 Bells in this Church, &> a Clock with quarters. 



One Wilkins gave 4 lb. p' ann. to this Parish. 



The Inscriptions upon 2 Tables of Stone set into y e Wall, one on each side 
ofy e Entrance. That on y e left hand as you enter is this: 

WILLIAM DOUGHTY, GENT. WHO SPENT Y E LATTER PART OF HIS DAYES 
IN THIS CITIE DID BY HIS LAST WILL DATED APRIL XXV™ MDCLXXXVII 
APPOINT SEVERAL TRUSTEES TO DISPOSE AND LAY OUT SIX THOUSAND POUNDS 
FOR ERECTING AND ENDOWING THIS HOSPITALL AND DID THEREIN APPOINT (AFTER 
A CERTAIN TIME) THE COURT OF THIS CITIE TO FILL UP AND CONTINUE 
TWENTY FOUR POOR MEN AND EIGHT POOR WOMEN IN THIS PLACE TO Y E 
END OF THE WORLD: EACH BEING AGED ABOVE LX YEARS AND TO RECEIVE 
THE PROFITS OF THE SAID ENDOWMENTS &C. AND TO PAY WEEKLY TO THE M R 
HEREOF (WHO IS TO BE A SINGLE : MAN AND BY THEM SUCCESSIVELY CHOSEN) THREE 
POUNDS EIGHT SHILLINGS, & LAY INTO CELLARS YEARLY XXXII CHALDREN OF COALES 
AND CLAD Y E MEN WITH COATES, AND WOMEN WITH GOWNES OF PURPLE CLOTH 
AT THEIR ENTERANCE, AND EVERY TWO YEARS AFTER, AND TURN OUT EITHER M R OR POOR 
IF THEY OBSERVE NOT Y E ORDERS OF THIS PLACE, AS BRIEFLY MENTIONED ON Y E OTHER TABLE. 

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The other Table on y e right hand hath this Inscription : 



THE M R . OF THIS PLACE IS EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TO PAY TO EACH POOR PERSON 
TWO SHILLINGS, AND DAILY & EQUALLY TO DELIVER Y E COALS TO THEM AND 
TO SEE GOOD ORDERS KEPT, AND WHEN ANY DIE TO ACQUAINT Y E COURT 
THEREWITH IMMEDIATELY, AND TO DO Y E SAME IF ANY BE DISORDERLY, FOR 
THE DUE PERFORMANCE WHEREOF, THE SAID M R . SHALL RETAIN WEEKLY FOR 
HIS PAINES FOUR SHILLINGS BESIDES HIS DWELLING (iN WHICH 
HE MUST CONSTANTLY INHABIT) AND THE SAID POOR PEOPLE MUST CONSTANTLY DWELL 
IN THIS PLACE AND SO WEAR THEIR COATS OR GOWNES. AND LIVE PEACEABLY 
WITH Y E M R . AND WITH ONE ANOTHER AS BECOMES CHRISTIANS, NEITHER 
CURSING, SWEARING, KEEPING BAD HOURES, NOR BEING DRUNK. 



Upon ye upper part of ye Wall of ye Vestry of S' Geo : Tombland, on ye outside 
are these letters : W B. Upon or in ye window adjoyning is first in a . . . glass a W 
all radiated, then an Escocheon Azure, 3 Cups argent, gilded on ye outside [viz : 
3 cups Or. & ye inside appears arg' :] then another . . . glass, wherein I doubt not 
but has been a B, but is now defaced. 



These Notes have been copied from the original MS. in the hand- 
writing of John Kirkpatrick, of Norwich, (who died 1728); now 
belonging to the Rev. James UOmbrain, M.A., St. John's 
Vicarage, Oldham, Lancashire. — F. A. C. 



Examples of Armorial Book-plates. 

No. 4. 

SIR ROBERT EDEN, Bart. 



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Ordsall, Nottinghamshire. 



GRANT dated 8 January, 35 Henry VI., from William Stocum, of 
Stocum, son and heir of Thomas Stocum, of the same place, to Thomas 
Hillarie, chaplain, and John Wyston, of Ordesale, of land, &c, in 
Ordesale. (1). 



INDENTURE made 17 May, 1 Edward VI., between John Hylmer, 
"ffremason," on the one part, and Edmond Holgill on the other part, 
relating to the Manor of Ordesall. 

Signature of John Hylmar on fold. (2). 



GRANT dated at Thrumpton 10 February, 16 Henry VIII., from 
William Yong, of Thrumpton, to Thomas Denman, of the same place, 
gent., of land in Ordesall. (3). 



DEED dated 1 November, 1613, by which Charles Hussey, of 
Ordesall, and Margaret his wife, acknowledge to have received of 
Thomas Cornwalleys, of Ordsall, esquire, the sum of one hundred pounds. 

Signature of Charles Hussey on fold. (4). 



GRANT dated 24 April, 5 Edward VI., from George Cartwright, of 
Ordsall, husbandman, to Robert Yonge, of Ordsale, husbandman, of land 
in Ordsall. (5). 



TERRIER of Land belonging to Robert Yonge, contained in Deed 
No. 5. (6). 



GRANT dated at Ordsale 4 September, 6 Edward VI., from John 
Weston, son and heir of Richard Weston, of Estretford, "corveser," 
deceased, to Robert Yonge, of Ordsall, husbandman, of land in Ordsale. 

Signature of Ihon Wyston on fold. (7). 






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DEED dated n September, 6 Edward VI., by which Alicia Weston, 
late wife of Richard Weston, of Estretford, deceased, grants to Robert 
Yonge, of Ordsall, lands in Ordsall. (8). 



GRANT dated 6 June, 22 Elizabeth, from Alexander Tee, of Bollume, 
gent., to Thomas Tee, of Hasland, co. Derby, his brother, of lands in 
Ordsall and Thrumpton. (9). 



BOND dated 4 December, 6 Edward V., from John Weston, late of 
Estretford, glover, to Robert Yonge, of Ordsale, husbandman, for forty 
pounds. (10). 



RELEASE dated 17 January, 33 Elizabeth, from John Blacknall, of 
Caton, yeoman, to Samuel Bevercotts, of Ordsall, esquire, of lands at 
Over and Nether Hartindale. 

Signature of John Blacknall on fold. (11). 



GRANT dated 4 November, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary, from Robert 
Beyghton, of West Retforde, labourer, to John Tee, of Bollame, of lands 
in Ordsall. (12). 



RELEASE dated 10 September, 6 Edward VI., from John Weston, 
son and heir of Richard Weston, of Estretforde in le claye, deceased, to 
Robert Yonge, of Ordsall, husbandman, of lands in Ordsall. 

Signature of Ihon Wyston on fold. (13). 



ACQUITANCE dated 23 August, 1 Elizabeth, from Thomas Lyston, 
son and heir of Robert Lyston, to Richard Tonge. (14). 



RELEASE dated 15 April, 2 Elizabeth, from Robert Wylkinson, of 
Bosston, co. Lincoln, and Margaret his wife, and Henry Borton, of 
Sutturton, labourer, and Elizabeth his wife, sister and heir of Hugh 
Robynson, to Thomas Robynson, of Ordsall, husbandman, of tenements 
in Ordsall. (15). 



GRANT dated 10 June, 8 Elizabeth, from Thomas Robinson, of 
Ordsall, to John Dunston, Henry Brome, gentlemen, George Bromley 
and Bartholomew Robynson, yeomen, of messuage with orchard in 
Ordsall, which descended "from William Robynson my father." (16). 



GRANT dated 9 May, 1609, from Stephen Coe, of Ordsall, clerk, to 
Anne Bevercots and Margaret Bevercots, of Ordsall, spinsters, of pasture 
land in Ordsall. 

Signature of Stephen Coc on fold. (17). 




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GRANT dated 10 June, 8 Elizabeth, from Thomas Robinson, of 
Ordsall, to John Dunston, Henry Brome, George Bromeley, and 
Bartholomew Robinson, of a messuage with orchard in Ordsall. (18.) 



BOND dated 18 February, 1641, from Thomas Cornwallys of the 
Cathedral Close, Lincoln, to Robert Crumwell, senior, of Barnby in the 
Marsh, yeoman, and Robert Crumwell, son and heir of Robert Crumwell. 

Signature of Thomas Cornwallys on fold. (19). 



Thomas Robinson, of Ordsall, by Deed dated 6 May, 8 Elizabeth, on 
account of a marriage between John Johnson and Anne Robinson, his 
daughter, grants to John Dunston, Henry Brome, George Bromeley, and 
Bartholomew Robinson, a messuage and four acres of arable land in 
Ordsall. (20). 



BOND dated 4 January, 39 Elizabeth, from Nicholas Yong, of Bab- 
worth, yeoman, to Samuel Bevercots, of Ordsall. 
Signature of Nicholas Yong on fold. (21). 



LEASE dated 3 July, 1567, between John Castwode, of Southmorton, 
in the parish of Babworth, husbandman, to Robert Horner of Westretford, 
yeoman, of tenements in Westretford. 

Signature of Robarte Horner on fold. (22). 



GRANT dated 1 March, 12 Elizabeth, from Alexander Tee, senior, of 
North Wheatlaie, "vitiler," to Alexander Tee, junior, of Bollam, gent., 
of land in Ordsall. 

Signature of Alexander Tee on fold. (23). 



BOND dated 13 November, 29 Elizabeth, from Gye ffarley, of Ordsall, 
gent., to Samuel Bevercots, of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, gent. 
Signature of Gye ffarley on fold. (24). 



GRANT dated 11 August, 13 Elizabeth, from John Dunston, of Eton, 
gent., to Anthony Bevercotts, gent., of land in Ordsall. 
Signature of John Dunston on fold. (25). 



BOND dated 26 October, 161 8, from William Denman, of Ordsall, 
gent., to Thomas Cornwalleys, of Ordsall, "armiger." 
Signature of Wittm Denman on fold. (26). 

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INDENTURE dated 2 November, 18 Elizabeth, between Guy ffarley, 
of Ordsall, gent., and Anne his wife, and John Nicholson, of Hydon, 
husbandman, being lease of land in Thrumton. (27). 



BOND dated 5 June, 5 James I., from Nicholas Yonge, of North 
Morton, in the parish of Babworth, yeoman, to Matilda Bevercots, of 
Ordsall, widow. (28). 



POWER OF ATTORNEY dated 15 June, 20 Elizabeth, from 
Nicholas Hammond, of Hamon Streate, in the parish of Cheston, co. 
Herts, goldsmith, and Anne his wife, one of the sisters and heirs of 
Robert Hall, gent., deceased, to George Inglebye, of Blithe, yeoman. 

Signature of Nicholas Hammonde on fold. (29). 



BOND dated 21 August, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary, from George 
Cartwright, of Ordsall, husbandman, to Robert Yonge, of Ordsall, 
husbandman. (30). 



BOND dated 1 January, 27 Elizabeth, from Thomas Tee, of 
Thrompton, in the parish of Ordsall, gent., to Samuel Bevercotts, of 
Ordsall, gent. 

Signature of Thomas Tee on fold. (31). 



POWER OF ATTORNEY dated 22 March, 23 Elizabeth, from 
Alexander Tee, of Bollom, gent., to Edmond Spivie and Thomas Dumes. 
Signature of Alexander Tee on fold. (32). 



INDENTURE dated 22 April, 27 Elizabeth, between Guy Farlye, of 
Ordsale, gent., and Samuel Bevercottes, of the same town, gent., relating 
to lands in Thrumpton. (33). 



INDENTURE dated 1 January, 27 Elizabeth, between Samuel 
Bevercottes, gent., and Thomas Tee, of Thrumpton, gent., of lands in 
Ordsall. 

Signature of Samuel Bewercots on fold. (34). 



GRANT dated 12 November, 28 Elizabeth, from Thomas Cartwright, 
junior, of Northwheatley, husbandman, to Thomas Denman, of Whit- 
houses, in the parish of Ordsall, gent., of lands in Thrumpton. (35). 

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RELEASE dated 31 December, 25 Elizabeth, from Gervase Dawson 
and George Dawson, sons of Thomas Dawson, lately of Estretford, 
deceased, to Guy Farly, of Ordsall, gent., of lands in Ordsall and 
Thrumpton. (36). 



INDENTURE dated 21 April, 30 Elizabeth, between Gye ffarlye, of 
Ordsall, gent., and Anne his wife, and Samuell Bevercottes, of Ordsall, 
esquire, relating to lands in Ordsall and Thrumpton. (37). 



INDENTURE. Duplicate of last. Signature of S. Bevercots on fold. 
(38). 



GRANT dated 4 August, 30 Elizabeth, from Thomas Tee, of 
Thrumpton, near Estretford, gent., to Thomas Tee, of land in Ordsall 
and Thrumpton. (39). 



GRANT dated 9 April, 1 2 James I., from George Hartopp, of Grayes 
Inn, Middlesex, to George Lam and Alexander Stow, of Lownd, in the 
parish of Sutton, gent., of land in Tylne. 

Signature of George Hartoppe on fold. (40). 




GRANT dated 1 April, 31 Elizabeth, from Thomas Tee, of Thrumpton, 
in the parish of Ordsall, gent., to Nicholas Wharton, of land in Ordsall 
and Thrumpton. (41). 



GRANT dated 30 September, 31 Elizabeth, from Michael Tonge, of 
West Burton, gent., to Samuel Bevercotts, of Ordsall, of a tenement in 
Ordsall. 

Signature of Michael Tonge on fold. (42). 



GRANT ( no date of month) September, 31 Elizabeth, between Thomas 
Tee, of Thrumpton, in the parish of Ordsall, gent., to Samuel Bevercotts, 
of Ordsall, esquire, of lands in Thrumpton. 

Signature of Thomas Tee on fold. (43). 



INDENTURE dated 10 July, 33 Elizabeth, between John Eastwood, 
of Ordsall, yeoman, and Samuel Bevercottes, of the same place, esquire, 
relating to lands in Ordsall. 

Signature of Sam ; Bevercottes on fold. (44). 

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GRANT dated 18 January, 1593, from John Sprigge, of Ordsall, 
husbandman, to George Cartwright, son and heir of Gregory Cartwright, 
late of Ordsall, of lands in Ordsall. (45). 



BOND dated 31 March, 41 Elizabeth, from Anne Mackworth, of 
Epingham, co. Rutland, widow, to Samuel Bevercots, of Ordsall, 
"armiger," relating to lands in Ordsall. 

Signature of Ann Mackworth on fold, and that of Thomas Grestim 
as a witness. (46). 



GRANT dated 24 January, 1596, from Nicholas Yong, of Babworth, 
yeoman, to John Sothern, alias Gregorie, of Thrumpton, in the parish of 
Ordsall, husbandman, of land in Ordsall. (47). 



ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT dated 21 August, 40 Elizabeth, 
between Samuel Bevercots, of Ordsall, esquire, and Thomas Mackworthe, 
of Empingham, co. Rutland, esquire, relating to land in Ordsall. 

Signature of Thomas Mackworth on fold. (48). 



BOND dated 25 February, 43 Elizabeth, from John Denman, of 
Eastrettford, gent., to Samuel Bevercots, of Ordsall. 
Signature of Jo: Denman, 1600, on fold. (49). 



INDENTURE dated 18 January, 44 Elizabeth, between John 
Denman, of Estretforth, gent., and Thomas Dames, of Estretforth, 
relating to lands in Ordsall and Thrumpton. 

Signature of Jo: Denman, 1601, on fold. (50). 



LEASE dated ir November, 1 James I., from George Cartewright, of 
Ordsall, gent., to Robert Browne, of Ordsall, gent., relating to lands in 
Ordsall. 

Signature of George Cartwright on fold. (51). 



GRANT dated 1 February, 1603, from Elizabeth Denman, of the 
White Houses, within the parish of Ordsall, r widow, to Maude Bevercots, 
of Ordsall, widow, of lands in Ordsall. (52). 



POWER OF ATTORNEY dated 7 April, 2 James I., from Maude 
Bevercots, of Ordsall, widow, to Robert Browne, of Ordsall, gent. 
Signature of M. Bevercotts on fold. (53). 





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RELEASE dated 12 February, 35 Henry VI., from William Stocum, 
of Stocum, son and heir of Thomas Stocum, lately of the same, to 
Thomas Hillarie, chaplain, and to John Wyston, of Ordsall, of land in 
Ordsall. (54). 



BOND dated 25 September, 2 James I., from John Denman, of East- 
rettford, gent., to Matilda Bevercotes, of Ordsall, widow. 
Signature of Jo: Denman on fold. (55.) 



INDENTURE made 11 February, 37 Henry VIII., between John 
Hylmer, freemason, and Edmund Holgill, relating to the sale of the 
Manor of Ordsall. 

Signature of John Hylmar on fold. (56). 



GRANT dated 5 June 1607, from Nicholas Yonge, of Northe Morton, 
in the parish of Babeworthe, yeoman, to Matilde BeScotf, of Ordsall, 
widow, of lands in Ordsall. (57). 



GRANT dated 18 February 1641, from Thomas Cornewallys, of the 
Cathedral Close, Lincoln, "Arm," to Robert Crumwell, senior, of 
Barnbie in the Marsh, yeoman, and Robert Crumwell, junior, son and 
heir of Robert, of lands in the parish of Haiton. 

Signature of Tho: Cornewalleys on fold. (58). 



RECEIPT dated 1 November 161 1, from Margaret Bevercotts, of 
Ordsall, spinster, to Thomas Cornewalleys, esquire. 
Signature of Margaret Bevercotes on fold. (59). 



BOND dated 25 May, 39 Elizabeth, from Thomas Tonge, of South 
Leverton, yeoman, to Samuel Bevercots, of Ordsall, "armiger." 
Signature of Thomas Tonge on fold. (60). 



GRANT of the right of Common, dated 30 March 16 14, from 
Thomas Johnson, of Thrumpton, in the parish of Ordsall, yeoman, to 
Thomas Cornwaleys, of Ordsall, esquire, and to Maude BeScots, of 
Ordsall, widow. (61). 



GRANT dated 24 January, 39 Elizabeth, from John Sotherne, ats 
Gregory, of Thrumpton, in the parish of Ordsall, husbandman, to Samuel 
Bevercottes, of Ordsall, esquire, of land in Ordsall. (62). 





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INDENTURE dated 7 May 161 7, between Richard Templeman, of 
Thrumpton, in the parish of Ordsall, yeoman, and Thomas Cornewaleys, 
of Ordsall, esquire, relating to lands in Ordsall and Thrumpton. (63). 



BOND dated 3 July 1617, from Richard Denman, of Thrumpton, in 
the parish of Ordsall, yeoman, to Thomas Cornewaleys, of Ordsall, 
"armiger." 

Signature of Richard Denman on fold. (64). 



BOND dated 26 October, 16 James I., between Richard Browneley, 
the elder, of Thrumpton, in the parish of Ordsall, and Richard Browneley, 
the younger, son and heir of Richard, to Thomas Cornewaleys, of 
Ordsall, "armiger." 

Signatures of the two Richard Browneleys on fold. (65). 



INDENTURE dated 26 October, 16 James I., between Richard 
Browneley, the elder, of Thrumpton, in the parish of Ordsall, and 
Richard Browneley, the younger, son and heir of Richard, to Thomas 
Cornewaleyes, esquire, relating to land in Ordsall. 

Signature of the two Richard Browneleys on fold. (66). 



BOND dated 26 October 1618, from Richard Browneloe, the elder, 
of Thrumpton, in the parish of Ordsall, yeoman, and Richard Browneloe, 
the younger, son and heir of Richard, to Thomas Cornewaleyes, of 
Ordsall, esquire. 

Signature of the two Richard Browneloes on fold. (67). 



INDENTURE dated 18 October, 17 James I., between Christopher 
Coe, of Ordsall, yeoman, and Thomas Cornewaleyes, of Ordsall, esquire, 
relating to lands in Ordsall. (68). 



RELEASE dated 16 April, 19 James I., from Nicholas Stringer, of 
Sutton upon Lownd, esquire, to Thomas Cornewaleyes, of Ordsall, 
esquire, of lands in Eaton. 

Signature of Nichus Stringer on fold. (69). 




INDENTURE dated 25 September, 4 Charles I., between Thomas 
Cornewaleys, of the "Close of Lincoln, Esquire," and Alexander Stowe, 
of Lound, in the parish of Sutton upon Lound, gent., and Welbecke 
Stowe, eldest son of Alexander. 

Signatures of Alex: Stowe and Welbecke Stowe on fold. (70). 



BOND dated 30 September, 3 Elizabeth, from Michael Tonge, of 
Westburton, gent., to Samuel Bevercotes. 
Signature of Michael Tonge on fold. (71). 



DEED tripartite, dated 28 September, 8 Elizabeth, by which the 
boundaries of the Manors of Ordsall and Eaton are determined by 
George Markham, Antonye Eyre, esquires, William Saunderson, and 
John Craven, clerk, arbitrators appointed by the Court of Chancery. 

Signatures of George Markham, Antho: Eyre, William Saunderson, 
J. Craven, Nicholas Stringer, John Reynolds, and Jer : Halfhide, on fold. 
(72). 



INQUISITION POST MORTEM dated at Easter, co. Lincoln, 
2 October, 20 Charles I., of William ffridlington, late of Barnalby, co. 
Lincoln, yeoman, deceased. 

Signature of Cha: Goodhand, esc r , on fold. (73). 



INDENTURE dated n May 1693, between William Simpson, of 
Babworth, esquire, and the Bailiffs of East Retford, of land belonging 
to the bailiffs in the parish of Charborough, now in the occupation of 
Mr. John Reynolds, alderman, of East Retford. (74). 



INDENTURE dated 3 May 1698, between Francis Stringer, of 
Sutton upon Lound, esquire, and William Simpson, of Babworth, 
esquire, and the bailiff's and burgesses of East Retford, being grant of 
land in Ordsall devised by William Howton, clerk, to John Millington, 
of Morton, esquire, Henry Halfhide, of Ordsall, gent., and Edmund 
Brown, of Wollum, gent. (75). 





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SURRENDER, undated, from William Simpson, of Babworth, 
esquire, and Frances his wife, of all their lands and tenements in Stain- 
forth, in the manor of Hatfield, co. York. (76). 



VIEW OF AN ACCOUNT made by Tristram Daintrie, of Retford, 
for the Manor of Ordsall, belonging to the Countess of Devonshire, 
1622-1623. 

Signed by Tristram Daintrie and Gervas Wattes. (77). 



INDENTURE dated 18 May, 13 Charles I., between Elizabeth, 
Countess Dowager of Devonshire, Francis Wortley, of Wortley, co. 
York, Knight and Bart., Sir George Morton, of Clenston, co. Dorset, 
Bart., and John Cropley, of Wortley, gent, of the one part; Sir Henry 
Croft, of Saxham, co. Suffolk, Knight, and Thomas Barrow, of Great 
Chesham, co. Bucks, gent., of the other part; being sale of the Manors 
of Babworth, Bollame, and Tylne, co. Notts. 

Signatures of El: Deuon, Francis Wortley, E. Morton, and Jo: 
Cropley, on fold. (78). 




The Deeds from which these genealogical abstracts have been made, 
are in my possession. Munimenta Antiqua, Nottingham, Vol. I., 
folio series. — F. A. C. 



Examples of Armorial Book-plates. 

No. 5 - 



WILLIAM l'ASTON, Esq", 

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Josias Browne for the White Harte 
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Lydia Black late Herwood 
Samuel Boulton for the Inhabitants of Mickfeild 
William Brundish late Wyeth 



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Anne Libbis ... ... ... 00 00 08 

Edward Lisseman ... ... ... 00 01 03 \ 



Girling Thomas ... ... ... 006 

Glover RoB' ... ... ... ... 040 

Goyford Deborah ... ... ... 006 

Gooding John ... ... ... ... 009 

Goodwine Mary ... ... ... 024 

Gardiner Eliz : S : by Carlo ... ... ... 012 

Goodwin John gent. ... ... ... 028 

Gater Richard ... ... ... 030 



Harvey Witt ... ... ... 004 

Harrison Nich : S : by Sam 11 Cooper ... ... 005 

more late Jo. Stannard ... ... 003 

Hiliard Martha : S : by Borrett ... ... o o 4! 

HewettWill ... ... ... 005 

Hall Jos : D : Susan nup r Judith Nevil ... ... 008 

Howard John S. by Cushion ... ... 004 

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Hawkins Thomas late Studd 
Holley Ed Sold by Cooper 

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Margerum John 
Man Mary vid° Westgarth 
more late Tho. Cussens 
Matt. Steverson 
Magginson Eliz : S. by Jn° Chapman 
Murrell James 
Mayhew Mary 

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Nevill Eliz. late George Shiner 

Perkins George 
Paling Richard 

Pells Thomas late Jn° Redgrave 
Pine Kath. late Vickers ) . . . 
more late Pope J 
Pizzy Henry 
Pratt Edward Sea Horss 

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Randall Natt. late Clements 
more late Sillis Dri 

more late Graygooss Jure Ux : Rogers 

more late Webster Lyon 

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more late W m Smith I 
more late y e Oyster J 
more late Thacker ' 
Redgrave Ann late Munday 
Reynolds W m ) . . . 
more late Sippens J 
Reve William : S : Tho. Driver 
Russell Tho. Esq r 
Rudder Will. 

Rogers ffrancis late Downing 
Reynolds Eliz 
Rowling Henry late Stebbing Hasketon 



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Seaman Jonathan Sen r 

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more late Peter Smith J 

Smith Thomas 

Smith Eliz vid° Sm 11 Smith 

Stebbings John late Tayler 

Saunders Susan y e Pyed Bull 

Starling Mary vid : late Willson 

Spink Edmund 

Smith ats Hovel Tho. 

Sayer John 

Sayer Eliz. & Pleasance ... 
Solley John 

Steel Ed Sold by Cooke ... 



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Taster Oliver 1 
more late Redgrave 
more late Graygoose 
more late Candler Jure Vx 
more late Buckenham , 
Tayler Eliz vid James Tayler 
Trotman W m laste Till 
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Thompson Hanah ... 



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Waller William 
Walford Joseph 
West Stanley 
Weston John 
Wanwright Rachell 
Wellden James 

Wincopp Eliz vid. late fermin \ , 

Wincopp Witt late Clarke [■ 

more Jure vx late Walker 

Williams Witt : S : Tho. Driver 

Woods Charles Esq r 

Woods Rob 1 

Woodbridg Inhabitants 

more late Willards 

Whalley ffrederich 

Whebb Eliz late John Pooley 

Willson Thomas ) 

more late Malster j 

Wythe Edward 

Westall Charles I 

more by y e pound J 



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ffree Tenants. 

Atherold Nath : lands in Debach ... ... 046 

Aldred Thomas lands in Burgh ... ... 044 

Goldson John late Bradbrook ... ... ... °35 

Brownrigg Ralf a mess e in y e Throwfare ... 068 

Burward Anthony ... ... ... ... 028 

Burton henry ... ... ... 014 

Blois y* heirs of Lady Jane ... ... ... 006 

Goodwine Mathew ... ... ... 004 

Kell Joseph late Ashly ) j ... ... ... 012 

more late Turner J > ... ... 010 

more late Cottingham j ... ... ... 006 

Late Keble ... ... ... ... 0411 

Midcalf widdow ... ... ... ... 058 

Phillipps Richard Esq r lands in Boulge ... 022 

Randall John ... ... ... ... 016 

Randall Nath. for Mickfield ... ... 026 

Sayer John formerly Brecles ) 

in the Throughfare / ... ... 010 

Read John ... ... ... ... 018 

Starling Mary vid ... ... ... 002 

Cole Rob 1 ... ... ... ... 008 



From the original MS. on parchment, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Monumental Inscriptions in the Churchyard of 
Sudbourne, co. Suffolk. 



HANNAH MANNALL 
DIED 9™ FEB y 1893 
AGED 6l YEARS. 



ALICE WELHAM 
DIED 27™ NOVEMBER 1890 
AGED 36 YEARS. 



IN AFFECTIONATE MEMORY OF 
ISAAC GOODWIN 
WHO DIED APRIL 25, 1887 
AGED 84 YEARS. 
ALSO MARY ANN THE 
BELOVED WIFE OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED MARCH 2 I st 1872 
AGED 59 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
JAMES MOSS 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JULY 22 nd 1859 
AGED 77 YEARS. 

ALSO OF 
MARY HIS WIFE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JANUARY 27™ 183 1 
AGED 44 YEARS. 



SARAH BEEDON 
DIED 22 nd AUGUST 1887 
AGED 45 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM BOTWRIGHT 
WHO DIED JULY IO™ 1 839 
AGED 67 YEARS. 

ALSO OF 
SARAH HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED DEC R 25™ 1838 
AGED 64 YEARS. 



45 



IN MEMORY OF 
EMMA SEWELL 
SECOND DAUGHTER OF 
FREDERICK AND EMMA SEWELL 
OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
APRIL 2 nd 1867 AGED 16 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
FREDERICK SEWELL 
OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
MAY 12 th 1870 
AGED 56 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARY BRINKLEY 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
FEBRUARY 1 9™ 1 865 
AGED 75 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ROBERT BRINKLEY 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
9™ OF JULY 1863 
IN THE 75™ YEAR OF HIS AGE. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZA SECOND DAUGHTER OF 
ROBERT & MARY BRINKLEY 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
17' 1 " JANUARY 1848 
IN THE 27™ YEAR OF 
HER AGE. 



SACRED 

TO THE BELOVED MEMORY OF 
RACHEL ANNA 
WIFE OF FRANCIS SEWELL 
AND ONLY CHILD OF 
HENRY & JOANNA BRINKLEY 
WHO DIED JANUARY 4™ 189O 
AGED 33 YEARS. 



46 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM ORME 
WHO DIED AUGUST 3 rd AUGUST 1 82 1 
AGED 36 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOSEPH ORME 
WHO DIED OCT R 29™ 1 822 
AGED 34 YEARS. 
"THE BEST OF PARENTS IS enclos'd HERE 
KIND AND INDULGENT TO HIS CHILDREN DEAR 
GREAT WAS OUR LOSS FOR HIS ETERNAL GAIN 
BUT HOPE IN HEAVEN -WE SHALL MEET AGAIN." 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
MARY ORME 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JANUARY 28™ 1870 
AGED 84 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
THOMAS ORME 
WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE DEC R 16™ 
1830 
AGED 73 YEARS. 
ANN WIFE OF 
THOMAS ORME 
WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE OCT R 12 th 
1831 
AGED 78 YEARS. 
TRUE FRIEND, FOND PARENT, MEEK 
AND LOVING WIFE THESE VIRTUES CROWN'D 
THY HONEST WELL SPENT LIFE 

BELOVED LAMENTED BY THEIR CHILDREN DEAR. 



47 



IN AFFECTIONATE 
REMEMBRANCE OF 
SARAH 
THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
JOHN MANNALL 
(AND ONLY DAUGHTER OF 

T. AND A. ORME) 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
NOVEMBER THE I 8 th 1 869 
AGED 71 YEARS. 

ALSO OF 
JOHN MANNALL 
WHO DIED IO™ NOV R 1877 
AGED 76 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
MARY WIFE OF 
THOMAS NUNN 
WHO DIED JULY 2 I st 1 833 
AGED 47 YEARS. 
ALSO OF THOMAS NUNN 
WHO DIED NOV R 29, 1 836 
AGED 53 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
HANNAH WIFE OF 
JOHN ESTAUGH 

WHO DIED 
MARCH THE 6 T " 
1813 
AGED 

43 
YEARS. 



IN 
MEMORY 
OF 

JOHN ESTAUGH 
WHO DIED APRIL 2 N " 
I 820 
AGED 

64 
YEARS. 



48 



IN 
MEMORY 
OF 

ANN WIFE OF 
JOHN ESTAUGH 
WHO DIED 
JAN RY THE 13™ 
1796 
AGED 
40 
YEARS. . 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
EDWIN GEORGE 
INFANT SON OF 
WILLIAM & CLARA ESTAUGH 
WHO DIED 15™ FEB. 
1879 

AGED IO MONTHS. 



AFFECTIONATE 
REMEMBRANCE OF 
GEORGE ESTAUGH 
OF THE CHURCH FARM 
IN THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED 25™ FEBRUARY 1876 
AGED 71 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
CHARLOTTE SANDLE HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED 3 rd JANUARY 1 885 
AGED 59 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
HANNAH WIFE OF 
GEORGE ESTAUGH 
WHO DIED JULY 1 9™ 1 843 
AGED 39 YEARS. 



MEMORY OF 
WALTER CHARLES 
INFANT SON OF 
WILLIAM AND CLARA ESTAUGH 
WHO DIED 3 rd JANUARY 1 883 
AGED 14 WEEKS. 



49 



IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE 
OF 

CLARA BETSEY 
THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
W. W. ESTAUGH 
WHO DIED 8 th JUNE 1 89 2 
AGED 37 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY 
OF 

JANE ELIZABETH 
THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
WILLIAM GOBBILT 
WHO DIED SUDDENLY 
DEC: 2 nd 1 87 1 
AGED 32 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
WILLIAM GARRARD 
THEIR ONLY SON 
WHO DIED JANUARY l6 TH 1874 
IN THE 4™ YEAR OF HIS AGE. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JOHN WAYLING 

DIED 
AUG T IO TH 1838 
AGED 45 YEARS. 
IN MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM CHAPLIN 
OF FARNHAM 
WHO DIED II th APRIL 1882 IN HIS 80™ TSAR. 



IN MEMORY OF 
RICHARD CHAPLIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
SEPT R 7 1 " 1832 
AGED 82 YEARS. 



5° 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARY WIFE OF 
LIEU T JOHN BROTHERS 
R.N. 

DIED APRIL I st 

1834 
AGED 41 YEARS. 
IN MEMORY OF 
SARAH WIFE OF 
JOHN WAYLING 
DIED MARCH 24™ 1 834 
AGED 37 YEARS. 
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
ROSAMOND ELIZA CHAPLIN 
BORN XI. SE PR MDCCXCIX. 
DIED X JAN RY MDCCCXXXIII. 



BELOVED AND LAMENTED 
HERE LIES INHUM'D THE 
BODY OF 
ELIZABETH CHAPLIN, WIFE OF 
RICHARD CHAPLIN 
OBIIT 25™ APRIL l822 
iETATIS SUM 60. 
HERE LIES THE MORTAL PART OF A BELOVED WIFE 
PRUDENT IN ALL HER CONDUCT HERE IN LIFE 
A TENDER MOTHER, FAITHFUL CONSORT HERE 
LAMENTED BY HER SPOUSE AND CHILDREN DEAR. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JAMES CHAPLIN 
WHO DIED 9™ OCT r 1878 
AGED 89 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
MARY SECOND DAUGHTER OF 

JAMES & SARAH CHAPLIN 
WHO DIED 25 MARCH 1835 
IN THE 15™ YEAR OF HER AGE. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
SARAH WIFE OF 
JAMES CHAPLIN 
WHO DIED JULY 3 rd 1 873 
AGED 76 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
CAROLINE ELIZABETH 
THEIR ELDEST DAUGHTER 
WHO DIED NOV. 27™ 1837 
IN THE 20 TH YEAR OF HER AGE. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM THIRD SON OF 
JAMES AND SARAH CHAPLIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
19™ JULY 1854 
IN THE 2 2 nd YEAR OF HIS AGE. 
ALSO OF 
ROSAMOND ELIZA 
THIRD AND ONLY SURVIVING 

DAUGHTER OF 
JAMES AND SARAH CHAPLIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
30™ JUNE 1857 
IN THE 27™ YEAR OF HER AGE. 



IN MEMORY OF 
EMILY MARIA 
WIFE OF 
GEORGE CHAPLIN 
HORN 2 NU OCTOBER I 829 
DIED 16™ MARCH I S84. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
JAMES 
ELDEST SON OF 
JAMES AND SARAH CHAPLIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
25™ JUNE 1S67 
AGED 45 YEARS. 
ALSO OF JOHN YOUNGEST SON OF 
JAMES AND SARAH CHAPLIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIKE 
2 N " JULY 1874 
AGED 40 YEARS. 



52 



BELOVED AND LAMENTED 
HERE LIES INHUM'D THE 
BODY OF 
ELIZABETH CHAPLIN 
DAUGHTER OF 
RICHARD & ELIZABETH 
CHAPLIN 

of this parish 
obiit 14™ dec r 1807 
jEtatis svm 17. 



IN MEMORY OF 
WILL M CHAPLIN 
WHO DIED AN INFANT 
1799. 



TO THE MEMORY OF 
MARY THE WIFE OF 
JOHN ABLITT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JULY THE 14™ 1786 
AGED 6l YEARS. 



TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN ABLETT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 29™ OF MAY 1 799 
AGED 71 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARY WADE THE DAUGHTER 
OF JOHN ABLITT 
AND MARY HIS WIFE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
APRIL THE 13™ 1786 
AGED 28 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
THO s ABLITT WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE APRIL 
Y E 21 st 1760 

also jon° ablitt lying 
on the left hand who 
departed this life april 
y e 6 th 1761. 



53 



IN MEMORY OF 
JOHN ABLITT WAY LING 
WHO DIED AN INFANT 
1825 ALSO 
MARY ANN WAYLING 
WHO DIED AN INFANT 
1832. 



IN MEMORY OF 
SARAH ANN ELIZABETH WAYLING 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
26™ FEB RY 1 83 1 
AGED II YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ROSAMOND ELIZA WAYLING 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIKE 
II th JUNE 1832 
AGED 9 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
ELEANOR COCKERILL 
WHO DIED DEC R I st 
1856 
AGED 67 YEARS. 



HERE 
LIES THE BODY OF 
JOHN BUTCHER 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 15™ OF APRIL 1 777 
AGED 6l YEARS. 

ALSO OF 
ELEONORA GOLDING 
1 1 IS GRAND DAUGHTER 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
APRIL 29™ 1863 

AGKD 72 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARY ANN DAUGHTER 
OF JOHN AND ELEANOR 
COCKERILL 
BORN MAY THE 30™ 1 8 I 6 
DIED FEBRUARY THE l8 T " 182O. 



54 



IN MEMORY OF 
ROBERT JACOBS 
WHO DIED APRIL I st 1824. 
ALSO OF ANN HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED AUGUST IO TH 1 85 2 
AGED 85 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
WILLIAM THEIR SON 
WHO DIED APRIL I 2 th 
1805 
AGED 13 YEARS. 



MATTHEW 
SON OF MATTHEW AND 
ELEONORA WHAYMAN 
DIED DEC. 16, 1802 
AGED 16 YEARS. 



TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN WHAYMAN 
LATE LIGHT-KEEPER 
43 YEARS IN THE TRINITY SERVICE 
DEEPLY LAMENTED BY HIS FAMILY 

AND HIGHLY RESPECTED BY 
ALL WHO KNEW HIM, WHO DIED 
SEPTEMBER 29™ 
1865 AGED 88 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
JOHN MANNALL 
WHO DIED 
FEBRUARY THE 29' 
1803 
AGED 32 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
MARY THE WIFE OF 
JOHN MANNALL 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
OCTOBER 28™ 1837 
AGED 6 1 YEARS. 



55 



IN MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM BEEDON 

DIED 2 2 nd JAN. 
AGED 86 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
HANNAH BEEDON 

WIFE OF 
WILLIAM BEEDON 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
APRIL 19 1804 
AGED 82 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARGARET 
THE WIFE OF 
JAMES MANNALL 
WHO DIED MAY 4™ 1807 
AGED 63 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JAMES MANNALL 
WHO DIED AUG T IO, I Si 9 
AGED 75 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
RACHEL WIFE OF 
JOHN BARNES 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
FEBRUARY 8 T " 1 857 
AGED I02 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN BARNES 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JANUARY 30'" 1849 
AGED 93 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN DAY 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JANUARY 15 th 1 83 1 
AGED 39 YEARS. 



IN 

LOVING MEMORY OF 
FRANK HARCOURT EVERETT 

DIED FEB. 7™ 1875 
AGED 2 YEARS II MONTHS. 



HERE ARE INTERRED 
THE REMAINS OF 
ELIZA VIRTUE DAUGHTER OF 

ROBERT VIRTUE WOODROW 
WHO DIED OCTOBER 4™ 1 835 
AGED 18 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM WOODWARD 
FOR 24 YEARS HEAD GARDENER 

AT SUDBOURNE HALL 
WHO DIED FEBRUARY 14™ 1 868. 
ALSO OF 
WILLIAM HIS SON 
WHO DIED NOVEMBER 30™ 1871. 



IN MEMORY OF 
WARRAN POOLEY 
WHO DIED JULY 26, l8lO 
AGED 18 YEARS. 
ALSO 

ELIZ™ WARRAN POOLEY 
WHO DIED JULY 28, l8lO 
AGED 20 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
FRANCIS SMYTH 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
FEBRUARY THE 20 th 1 783 
AGED 29 YEARS. 



57 



IN MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM BLOSS 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
MAY THE 27, 1775 
AGED 75 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
EDMUND SMITH 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
APRIL 30™ I759 
AGED 56 YEARS. 



MARY 
THE DAUGHTER OF 
FRANCIS SMITH 
DIED 4™ MAY 
1800. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARY WIFE OF 
EDMUND SMITH 
WHO DIED 27 OCT k 
1791 
AGED 79 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
FRANCIS SMITH 

WHO DIED 
JUNE 24™ 1822 
AGED 74 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ROBERT SMITH 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 30™ OF J AN RV l8l 3 
AGED 69 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
GEORGE SMITH 
DIED OCT R 23, 1 80S 
AGED 5 YEARS. 
ALSO 

CHARLOTTE SMITH 
DIED AN INFANT. 



58 



IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF 
WILLIAM HENRY MASTERS 
WHO DIED 25™ OCTOBER 1879 AGED 60 YEARS. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM JAMES, INFANT SON OF 
WILLIAM HENRY AND HANNAH MARIA MASTERS 
BORN I st OCT r 1873. HE WAS ACCIDENTALLY SHOT 
2 nd JULY 1874. 



CHARLOTTE ANN RATTLE 
BORN 23° DEC R 1858 
DIED IO TH FEB. 1890. 



IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE 
OF BETSY BOTWRIGHT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
II th DECEMBER 1 884 
AGED 58 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JOHN RAYMER 
WHO DIED JULY 22, 1866 
AGED 83 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
ELIZABETH 
HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED FEB RY 6, 1 874 
AGED 79 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 

HANNAH WIFE OF 
SAMUEL HARTRIDGE 
WHO DIED JULY I, l8lO 
AGED 65 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
HANNAH 
DAUGHTER OF SAMUEL 
AND HANNAH HARTRIDGE 
WHO DIED APRIL 29, 1 799 
AGED 2 2 YEARS. 



59 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH 
WIFE OF RANDS JAMES 
WHO DIED 25™ DEC R 
1798 
AGED 40 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JANE CHATTEN 
THE WIFE OF 
WILLIAM CHATTEN 
WHO DIED JULY 1 2 T 
1872 
AGED 39 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM CHATTEN 
WHO DIED FEBRUARY 1 3 
1869 
AGED 53 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
EDWARD BODGENER 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
IO TH JUNE 1839 
IN THE 63 rd YEAR OF 
HIS AGE. 
ALSO OF 
MARY HIS WIFE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
13™ FEBRUARY 1 869 
IN THE 92 ND YEAR OK 
HER AGE. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OK 
MARY BODGENEK 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIKE 
l8 TH JANUARY 1855 
AGED 42 YEARS. 



60 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
RICHARD LEVETT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
NOVEMBER 30™ 1 83 7 
AGED 62 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
CATHARINE 
HIS WIFE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
MAY 24™ l8lO 
AGED 31 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ISAAC ALLDRIDGE 
WHO DIED JULY 1 3™ 1 794 
AGED 19 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JAMES PAXMAN 
WHO DIED JULY 15™ i860 
AGED 63 YEARS. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
FREDERICK 
THE DEARLY LOVED HUSBAND OF 
BETSEY ELIZA MOSS 
WHO DIED FEB RY I 5 th 189O 
AGED 65 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
HANNAH 
THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
WILLIAM KNIGHTS 
WHO DIED AUGUST 3 rd 1 865 
AGED 60 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
WILLIAM KNIGHTS 
WHO DIED JULY I 7 th 1870 
AGED 65 YEARS. 



61 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
MARY 

THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
WILLIAM FELL 
WHO DIED 21 st MARCH 1891 
AGED 80 YEARS. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM WELHAM 
WHO DIED MARCH 12 th 1884 
AGED 67 YEARS. 



IN 

LOVING MEMORY OF 
MARY 

THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
WILLIAM WELHAM 
WHO DIED JANUARY 20™ 1 88 7 
AGED 70 YEARS. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM FELL 
WHO DIED 19™ APRIL 1890 
AGED 78 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
ROBERT BROWES 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JUNE 8 th 1854 
AGED 57 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
HANNAH 
THE WIFE OF 
ROBERT BROWES 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
AUGUST 3 rd 1852 
AGED 58 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
EDMUND COOPER 
WHO DIED MAY I, 1829 
AGED I02 YEARS. 



62 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM WRIGHT 
ELDEST SON OF 
WILL M AND PRISCILLA WRIGHT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
2 2 nd APRIL 1845 
AGED 2 2 YEARS. 



MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM READ 
LATE OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
MARCH 18™ 1797 
AGED 90 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARTHA THE WIFE OF 
WILLIAM READ 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
MAY THE 8 th 1775 
AGED 75. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH THE WIFE OF 

JOHN STOPHER 
AND ONLY DAUGHTER OF 
WILLIAM AND MARTHA READ 
WHO DIED APRIL 9, 1 788 
AGED 54 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
GEORGE READ 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
APRIL 2 ND l8l 2 
AGED 76 YEARS. 
ALSO OF MARY HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED JUNE 2 nd 1814 
AGED 78 YEARS. 



63 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM MARTIN 

WHO DIED 
JUNE 30™ 1862 
AGED 57 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
ELIZABETH HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED 
MARCH I st 1874 
AGED 67 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH 
THE DAUGHTER OF 
WILLIAM & ELIZABETH 
MARTIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
FEB KV 29™ 1848 
IN HER 20 th YEAR. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH NEWSON 
THE DAUGHTER OF 
WILLIAM & MARGARET 
MARTIN 
WHO DIED MAY 2 N " 1 864 
AGED 80 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
CATHARINE MARTIN 
THE WIFE OF ROBERT MARTIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
AUGUST 25, 1 86 1 
AGED 68 YEARS. 

ALSO OF 
ROBERT MARTIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
NOVEMBER f6™ 1 866 
AGED 77 YEARS. 



HERE I.IETH THE BODY OF 
EDWARD EGG EN 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 1 4 T " OF DECEMBER 1 745 
IN THE 27 YEAR OF HIS AGE. 



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IN MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM 
SON OF 
ROBERT AND CATHARINE 
MARTIN 
WHO DIED MARCH 4™ 1 844 
AGED 23 YEARS. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
BENJAMIN MARTIN 

WHO DIED OCT R II th 1869 
IN HIS 77 th YEAR. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JOHN MARTIN 
WHO DIED JUNE 3 D l8lO 
AGED 32 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ANN THE WIFE OF 
W M WADE 
AND DAUGHTER OF W. AND 
MARGARET MARTIN 
WHO DIED MAY 9, 1 803 
AGED 

23 
YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARGARET THE WIFE OF 
WILLIAM MARTIN 
WHO DIED FEB. 13™ l8lO 
AGED 55 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM MARTIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
DECEMBER 21, 1813 
AGED 67 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
RACHAEL WIFE OF 
JOHN ASHWELL 
AND DAUGHTER OF W M AND 
MARGARET MARTIN 
WHO DIED DECEMBER II th l8ll 
AGED 23. 



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Here lieth the body of 

william eggen 
who departed this life 

THE 12 th APRIL I 747 
AGED 33 YEARS. 



HERE LIETH THE BODY OF 

THOMAS EGGEN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE II th NOVEMBER 1 733 

AGED 82 YEARS. 
AND ALSO JOHN HIS SON 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE IO TH NOVEMBER 1 735 
AGED 21 YEARS. 



HERE LIETH THE BODY OF 

JANE EGGEN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 23 rd OF DECEM R 1 762 
AGED 86 YEARS. 



HERE LYETH Y E 

BODY OF 
THOMAS EAGEN 
WHO DIED MARCH 
Y E IO TH 1713 
AGED 6 YEARS. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF 

JOHN SPOONER GEN T 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 2 ND DECEM r I 7 I 7 
AWED 57 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ROBERT BROWN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE II 1 " OF OCT R 1788 
AGED 24 YEARS. 
ALSO ISAAC iiROWN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 23° OF DEC R 1788 
AGED 18 YEARS. 



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SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
ISAAC WHAYMAN 
WHO DIED JAN RY I st 1827 
AGED 68 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
CHARLOTTE 
HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED DEC R 5™ 1 863 
IN HER IOO TH YEAR. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
ANN DAUGHTER OF ISAAC 
AND CHARLOTTE WHAYMAN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JULY 24™ 1836 
AGED 35 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
HENRY WHAYMAN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
NOVEMBER 27™ 1 86 7 
AGED 67 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
HORACE WHAYMAN 
WHO DIED APRIL 1 3™ 1 863 
AGED 52 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
ELIZABETH 
HIS BELOVED WIFE 
WHO DIED JAN Y 3™ 1 87 7 
AGED 69 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
EDWARD SAMUEL 
THE SON OF 
HORACE AND ELIZABETH 
WHAYMAN 
WHO DIED AUGUST 3 rd 1 858 
AGED 14 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
ALICE THEIR DAUGHTER 
WHO DIED JUNE 4™ 1863 
AGED 16 YEARS. 



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IN 

MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM WHAYMAN 

WHO DIED 
DEC R THE 8 th 1820 
AGED 69 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
WILLIAM WHAYMAN 
HIS SON 
WHO DIED 
OCT R THE 25™ 1856 
AGED 8l YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH WIFE OF 
WILL 1 " WHAYMAN 
WHO DIED OCT R 24™ l8l2 
AGED 35 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
NATHANIEL BEEDEN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
26" 1 AUGUST 1820 
AGED 44 YEARS. 



HERE LIETH THE BODY OF 
ROB 1 SMITH WHO DIED 

oct: y B 20 1H 1756 

AGED 37. 



JONATHAN BEDWELL DIED 
JANUARY 30™ 1743 
AGED 45. 



MARY YORKE FORMERLY 
THE WIFE OF 
JONATHAN BEDWELL DIED 
MARCH II 1750 
AGED 57. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JANE WIFE OF 
JOSEPH PROBART 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JANUARY 3 KD 1776 
AGED 56 YEARS. 



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IN MEMORY OF 
ANN THE WIFE OF 
ROBERT MINTER 
WHO DIED 21 st OF AUG ! 
1777 
AGED . . YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ROBERT MINTER 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
DECEMBER l6, 1 792 
AGED 73 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
ROBERT BEEDEN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
OCT R 7™ 1862 
AGED 64 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN THURLOW 
WHO DIED JULY 22, 184I 
AGED 51 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
CHA S THURSTON 
WHO DIED MAY 28™ 1870 
AGED 64 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM WRIGHT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
AUGUST 26™ 1865 
AGED 65 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
PRISCILLA 
THE BELOVED WIFE OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JULY 18™ 1876 
AGED 76 YEARS. 



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IN 

MEMORY OF 
KINBOROUGH WIFE OF 
ROBERT WRIGHT 
WHO DIED II th OF FEB Y 1820 
AGED 40 YEARS. 



JOHN SAWYER 
DIED 15™ APRIL 1888 
AGED 38 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ANNA MOSS 
THIRD DAUGHTER OF 
THOMAS AND HANNAH MOSS 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
AUGUST 6 th 1873 
AGED 79 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
HANNAH 
FIFTH DAUGHTER OF 
THOMAS AND HANNAH MOSS 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
DECEMBER 30™ 1861 
AGED 6l. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 

ELIZABETH 
WIFE OF JOHN ARTIS 
WHO DIED OCT 11 4™ 1 842 
AGED 48 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OK 
ANNE 

YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF 
JOHN AND ELIZABETH ARTIS 
WHO DIED APRIL 20 1 " 1864 
AGED 28 YEARS. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN ARTIS 
BORN 22 nd JANUARY 1 794 
DIED 9™ MARCH 1879. 



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SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
SUSAN, DAUGHTER OF 
JOHN AND ANN ARTIS 
(LATE OF benhall) 
WHO DIED 8 th APRIL 1 848 
AGED 45 YEARS. 



TO THE MEMORY OF 
MATTHEW GROOM LATE OF 
ALDBOROUGH WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE SEP™ l6 TH 1 769 AGED 
49 YEARS. 
ALSO ON THE LEFT 
LYETH HIS WIFE. 



IN MEMORY OF 
THOMAS MOSS 
WHO DIED JULY 8 th l8lO 

AGED 58 YEARS. 
AND ALSO ON THE RIGHT 
LIE TWO OF HIS DAUGHTERS 
ANN WHO DIED JAN RY 22 nd 1790 
AGED 2 YEARS. 
AND SARAH WHO DIED 
DEC R 27™ 1 8 IO 
AGED 13 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
HANNAH THE WIFE OF 
THOMAS MOSS 
WHO DIED AUG ST l8 TH 1857 
AGED 77 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
JONATHAN 
BEDWELL 
WHO 
DIED MAY 12 
1819 

IN THE 73™ YEAR 
OF HIS AGE. 



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IN MEMORY OF 
MARY WOOLNOUGH 
FORMERLY THE WIFE OF 
JONATHAN BEDWELL 
WHO DIED JULY 4™ 1 785 
AGED 38 YEARS. 



INSCRIBED TO THE MEMORY OF 
JAMES BEDWELL 
SON OF JONA N AND SARAH BEDWELL 
WHO DIED ON BOARD THE ALBINA EAST INDIAMAN 
ON HER PASSAGE FROM BOMBAY TO LONDON 
DECEMBER I 2 th 1819 
IN THE 18™ YEAR OF HIS AGE. 



THE BURIAL PLACE OF 
JOHN THURSTON 
AND MARY HIS WIFE AND 
THEIR CHILDREN, MARY THEIR 
DAUGHTER DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 3 rd OF JUNE 1705 AGED 25 
YEARS. 

MARY BOLDLY THE DAUGHTER OF 
LAURUNCE(?) BOLDLEY IN SUBBURN. 



IN 

AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE 
OF 

JOHN BOTWRIGHT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
18'" SEPTEMBER 1 893 
IN HIS 7I ST YEAK. 



IN 

AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE 
OF 

RAYMOND BOTWRIGHT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
l8 T " SEPTEMBER 1 893 
AGED 25 YEARS. 

The above were copied in May and June, iSg6, by Emnuline 
Anna Rope, and are all the Inscriptions to be found in the 
churchyard of Sudboume, Suffolk, at that date. — F. A. C. 



72 



Milnes Family. 



Tho. Milnes Married To Mary Haslam the 24 th November 17 19. 

Tho. Milnes Married To Dorothy Clay the 31 st of December 1724. 

Thomas Milnes Born 17 th September 1696. 

Mary the Wife of Tho. Milnes Born 14 th August 1698. 

John y e Son of Tho s & Mary Milnes Born y e 3 rd Septembe r 1720. 

Thomas y e Son of Tho. & Mary Milnes Born y e 30 th August 1722. 

My Dear Father M r Tho 5 Milnes Died on Satterday y e 17 th of Octo r 
1 761 as the Bell was ringing One And was Buried in Rollston 
Church about y e Same Hour on Monday following. 

Mary y e Wife of Tho. Milnes Died y e 24 August 1723. 

My Dear Brother M r John Milnes Died on Wednesday morning 
at one o'clock the 30 th of August, and was Buried on Saturday 
evening following at five o'clock in this Church of Newark and in 
his mothers Grave; the 2 d of September 1769. 

Thomas y e Son of Tho. & Mary Milnes Died 2 2 d March 1722-. 

My dear Charlotte Elizabeth Milnes Died on Friday morning the 5 th of 
June 1795 at a quarter before six o'clock, in the bloom of life, 
owing to an accident which occasioned her taking cold, and 
terminated in the putrid sore throat, at Grantham aged 20 years 
4 months & 10 days. 

Three minutes before 7 o'clock on Friday morning 25 th February 18 14 
died my Dear Father Rev d James Andrew Milnes LL.D. of total 
suppression of Urine. He fell into a coma on the preceding 
Tuesday at about 2 o'clock p.m. from w h he never awoke he was 
buried in the family vault on the 7 th day of March in Newark 
Church. He bore several surgical operations with admirable 
fortitude & died as he had lived a truly pious & virtuous man. 

J. M. his son wrote this. 

March 20 th 1814. 

At half past 9 o'clock on Friday night July 5 th 181 6 died I use her own 
words "my best friend" my Dear Mother. She was attacked by 
violent vomiting caused by obstruction in her bowels at 5 o'clock 
in the morning of the preceeding Saturday. As to my Father so to 
her I assisted in placing her remains in lead & caused her to be 
buried by my Father. July 12, 18 16. 

J. Milnes. 

Dorothy y e Wife of Tho. Milnes Born 17 th March 1695. 

Robert y e Son of Tho. & Dorothy Milnes Born 12 th Octob r 1725. 

Hannah, Born 9 th Octob r 1726. 

Thomas; Born 16 th Decemb r 1727. 

George, Born 28 th Feb 1 "' 1729. 

Robert, Born 30 th Septem r 1731. 

James Andrew, Born 6 th Novemb r 1732 & Baptized on S' Andrews Day. 
Sutton Dorothy, Born 15 th Aprill 1734. 

Rev d James Andrew Milnes married to Ann Wright 14th July 1763. 
Thos : Their Son born at Halfe past two on thursday morning y e 19 th of 
April 1764. 

Dorothy Mary Their Daughter born at 10 O'Clockon tueday evening y e 
9 th day of July 1765. 



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Dorothy y e Wife of Tho. Milnes Died y e 28 th August 1740. 

Robert, Died 16 th Aprill 1731. 

Hannah, Died 20 th March 1732. 

Thomas, Died 10 th July 1733. 

George, Died 30 March 1747. 

Robert, Died 11 th Decemb r 1731. 

Sutton Dorothy, died 24 th August 1735. 

N.B. George was buried in St. Michall's Church of Coslany, Norwich in 
y e first year of his Residence there. 

Tohn, Their Son, Born on Sunday morng the i st Feb. 1767 about 
3 O'Clock. 

These first 3 children were born at Halton near Spilsby in Lincolnshire. 
James Andrew Their Son born at 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening the 
7th June 1769. 

Samuell their Son born at 3 O'Clock on Monday morning the 6 th of 
May 1 77 1. 

Anne their Daughter born at half past 3 O'Clock on Thursday morning 
the 29 th of April 1773. 

Charlotte Elizabeth their Daughter born at a Quarter before 5 O'Clock, 
on Sunday morning, the 29 th of January 1775. These four last 
were born in this House at Newark Nottinghamshire. 

Th s was buried at Burton Agnes. 

Thomas died in the year 1833. 

John died in 1833 as the following Extract from Gentleman's Magazine 

for the year 1833 specifies "March 30, at Beckingham Hall aged 

66, John Milnes, Esquire, Barrister at Law and one of the oldest 

Magistrates for the parts of Kesteven, Lincolnshire, buried in the 

Family Vault at Newark April 6. 
Samuel, who was a Captain in the Army died at Brighton in Sussex in 

the year 1823 and was there buried. 
Catherine Beckingham Milnes married at Beckingham to Capt. Raynes 

of the 42 Highland Reg 1 Sepf 13, 1828. 
Mary Charlotte Milnes married at Beckingham to Darwin Chawner M.D. 

of Newark April 20, 1829. 
Anne Beckingham Milnes married at Beckingham to William Wade 

Gery of Bushmead Priory in the County of Bedford July 2, 1829. 
Dorothy Beckingham Milnes married at Beckingham to Rev* 1 Tho s 

Browne of Leadenham Rectory in the County of Lincoln, Oct br 15 

1832. 

Charles Gery Milnes died 6 th Nov br 1854, was buried on the 14 th of 
Nov br at Beckingham. 



From a volume in my possession containing the book of 
Common Prayer and Bible ; the book is from the 
library of Charles Gety Milnes, and contains his 
bookplate. — F. A. C. 



74 



Milnes Family. 



John Milnes died March 30 th 1833 in his 67 th year and was buried at 
Newark April the 6 th , he had no disease, but was completely 
worn out. N.B. he died at Beckingham at 3 o'clock in the 
morning in my arms. 




James Andrew Milnes died at North Hykham in Lincolnshire December 
the 5 th and was buried in the vault at Newark December the 12 th 
1845. he was younger Brother to the above John Milnes of 
Beckingham Lincoln" 5 . 

John Milnes born at Holton Holgate near Spilsby Lincolnshire Feb? I st 
1767. Married Janv 5 th 1796 to Mary Selina Gery who was born 
March 9 th 1766 at Bush Mead Priory Bedfordshire. 

Mary the daughter of the above named John & Mary Milnes was born 
December 24 th 1796. Died Sepf 11 th 1797. She was born & 
baptized & buried at Newark in Nott s . 

Anne Beckingham Milnes was born March 14 th 1798 at Beckingham & 
there baptized. Also Christened there 14 Jan^ 1799. 

Dorothy Beckingham Milnes born 21 st of May 1799 at Beckingham & 
there baptized May 30 th 1799. Katherine Beckingham Milnes 
born at Beckingham 18 December 1800 & there baptized. These 
two last were christened at Beckingham at the same time. 

Nativ. Feb. i st 1767. Left Eton. Admitted at Cambridge Feb. 1784. 
Admitted at Lincolns Inn June 4 th 1787. Kept my first term in 
1788. First attended Mr. Praed Special Pleader Feb. 22 d 1790. 
Took Batchelors Degree in 1787. Took Master's Degree in arts 
in 1791. Left Praed Feb. 22 d 1792. Special Pleader till called to 
the bar May 11 th 1793. Seceded from the Camb. Wig Club June 
10 th 1793. Took my name off the boards. Married Jan^ 5 th 1796. 

John Milnes born at Beckingham March 10, 1802 there baptized April 6. 

This entry was made by his amiable mother. 
Charles Gery Milnes born June y e 28 th at Beckingham 1803; & 

baptized on y e 3 d of July. 
Thomas Hercules Milnes bom Oct r 8 th 1804 & baptised Oct r 21, 1804 

at Beckingham. 

Mary Charlotte Milnes born at Beckingham April 20 th 1806 there 
bapt d shortly after. 

John Milnes died to extreme grief of all his friends at Bedford School 
of dropsy on the brain as was supposed on 5 th March 181 5 he died 
& before I co d reach Bedford & he was burried in the vault at 
Newark at his mothers request to lie by her. His imcomparable 
& dear mother after an illness of more than two years which she 
bore with fortitude & resignation died at Beckingham at half past 
one o'clock in the morning of Aug' 21, 18 19. Her disease was 



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seated in the Liver & viscera & she frequently had the jaundice 
& became dropsical a few days before her death. I held her 
hand, feeling her pulse to the last. Severe was her last effort 
severe was my task it was her wish to have me with her to the last. 
Could I refuse it ? She was burried at Newark. J. M. 

From a Bible dated xyyj in my possession ; at tJie end of 
the book is t/ie book-plate of Cliarles Gery Milnes. — 
F.A.C. 



Clay and Milnes Families. 

Charles Gery Milnes, great Granson of Dorothy Clay, who was great 
Grand Daughter of Hercules Clay, Alderman of Newark. 

Dorothy Clay married Thomas Milnes, Vide Dickinson's Pedigree of 
The Milnes's. 

Md : that my daughter Elizabeth was borne the 27 th of ocfer 1632 
beeinge thursday betwixt 6 & 7 of the clock at night. 

My son John was Borne the 22 of notr 1632 bee thursday at 6 of the 
clock at night. 

Hercules was borne the 17 noBr beeinge Sunday at 4 of the clock in the 
mornige 1633. 

ffrances was borne the 15 th of Nofcr 1634 beetwixt 4 & 5 of the clock in 

the mornige beeinge satterday. 
Wilt was borne the 12 th nofcr 1635. 
Tho s the 11 th June 1637. 
Timothy 23 th Aug. 1638. 
Mary 22 th Augst 1739. 

There mother was Buried the 2 th ocBr 1640 w th her child. 
Borne 4 th ffefc John Clay Son of John Clay Grandson of John Clay 
Great Grandson of Rob 1 Clay. 

On l/ie page facing the title to the Old Testament is 
the autograph, 




From a Bible in my possession, dated i6oj y containing a 
book-plate of Charles Gery Milnes. — F. A. C. 



76 



Seaman Family. 

To all and Singvlar unto whom thes presents shall com, S r Edward 
Bysshe Knight Clarenceux principall Herald & King of Armes all the 
South East and West parts of the Ralme of England from the River of 
Trent Southward Sendeth Greeting. Wheras Aldred Seaman of 
Miluerton in the Countie of Somerset gent. Hath desired me to 
assigne unto him such Armes as he may lawfully beare Wherefore I 
haue thought fitt to assigne unto him the Armes herafter following Vizi 
Barry wauy of Six Argent and Azure a Cressant Or, And for his Crest 
on a Helmet and wreath of his coullers a demy sea Horse proper, 
Mantled Gules doubled Argent as in the margent is more liuely 
depicted Which Armes and Crest I the said Clarenceux King of Armes 
by power and authority of my office to me granted under the great Seale 
of England Do by thes presents Assign giue & grant unto him the said 
Aldred Seaman and to the heires of his body lawfully begotten to be by 
them and euery of them borne in Shield Seale Ensigne Penon & Coate- 
armor or other wise with their due differences for ever. In Witnes 
Wherof I the said Clarenceux King of Armes have hereunto Subscribed 
my name and fixed the Seale of my Office. Dated the fourth day of 
May Anno Domini 1670. 




From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C 



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3fntittes. 



NAMES 



OF PERSONS. 



A . . « 

S . . ., 9. 
Ablett. 

John, S3- 
Ablitt. 

John, 53. 

Jono., 53. 

Mary, 53. 

Mary Wade, 53. 

Thomas, 53. 
Agvish. 

Alexander, 19. 
Alanson. 

Anne, 12. 

Elizabeth, 12. 

Joseph 12. 
Aldous. 

Thomas, 39. 
Aldred. 

John, 39. 

Thomas, 44. 
Aldrich. 

John, 39. 
Aldridge. 

— 27. 
Alldridge. 

Isaac, 61. 
Annyson. 

John, 17. 

Maria, 17. 
Artis. 

Ann, 71. 

Anne, 70. 

Elizabeth, 70. 

John, 70, 71. 

Susan, 71. 
Ashby. 

— , 41. 
Ashly. 

— , 44- 
Ashwell. 

John, 65. 

Rachael, 65. 



Astley. 

Barbara, 5, 15. 
Herbert, 5, 15. 
Isaac, 15. 

Atherold. 

Nath . ., 44. 
Nathaniell, 39. 

Attelsey. 
Ann, 9. 
Edward, 9. 
Peter, 9. 
Prudence, 9. 

Bacton. 

Margaret, 16. 

Baldwin. 

Elizabeth, 39. 

Barker. 

Robert, 39. 

Barnes. 

Anne, 39. 
Jane, 39. 
John, 56. 
Mary, 39. 
Rachel, 56. 

Barrow. 

Thomas, 38. 

Bass. 

Bridgett, 39. 

John, 39. 

Johnathan, 39. 

Samuell, 39. 
Bartho. 

William, 13. 

Be . . e . 

Robert, 19. 

Beake. 

Anne, 21. 
Peter, 21. 

Beddall. 

Grissell, 40. 

81 



Bedwell. 



In Til <ic M 1 




Tnmthi n nx *7 


1, 72. 


Mar) r , 68, 72. 




Sarah, 72. 




Beeden. 




Nathaniel, 68. 




Robert, 69. 




Beedon. 




Hannah, 56. 




Sarah, 45. 




William, 56. 




Beke. 




See Vander Bek 


e. 


Berwick. 




John, 39. 




jjvtv y iijt 




John, 10. 




Bevercotes. 




Margaret, 35* 




TVT 1 1 1 1 r\ q -7 r 
i.*lttlliUa, <S« 

Rflmilf 1 ! 1*7 
. ■ 1 1 1 L 1 1 , j/' 






Bevercots. 








IVTa rem rf*r in 




Matilda, 32. 




Maude, "M 








Samuel, 31, 34, 


35. 


Bevercottes. 




Samuel, 32, 33, 


35- 


Samuell, 33. 




Bevercotts. 




Anthony, 31. 




Margaret, 35. 




Samuel, 30, 32, 


33- 


Bervercots. 




Samuel, 32. 




Beyghton. 




Robert, 30. 




Bishop. 




John, 14. 




Black. 




Lydia, 39. 




Blackman. 




Aaron, 39. 




Joseph, 39. 




Blacknall. 




John, 30. 




Block. 




— . 40- 




Blois. 




Sir Charles, 39. 




Jane, 44. 




Blomfeild. 




John, 40. 




Bloss. 




William, 58. 




Bodgener. 




Kdward, 60. 




Mary, 60. 





Bold ley. 

Laurunce, 72. 

Mary, 72. 
Boldly. 

Mary, 72. 
Bolton. 

— . 39- 
Borough. 

John, 2. 
Borrett. 

— 41. 
Borton. 

Elizabeth, 30. 

Henry, 30. 
Botwright. 

Betsey, 59. 

John, 72. 

Raymond, 72. 

Sarah, 45. 

William, 45. 
Boulton. 

Samuel, 39. 
Brecles. 

— . 44- 
Brinkley. 

Eliza, 46. 

Henry, 46. 

Joanna, 46. 

Mary, 46. 

Rachel Anne, 46. 

Robert, 46. 
Brome. 

Henry, 30, 31. 
Bromeley. 

George, 31. 
Bromley. 

George, 30. 
Brooke. 

John, 39. 
Brothers. 

Lieutenant John, 51. 

Mary, 51. 
Browes. 

Hannah, 62. 

Robert, 62. 
Brown. 

Edmund, 37. 

Isaac, 66. 

Robert, 66. 
Browne. 

Dorothy Beckingham, 

Edred, II. 

Josias, 39. 

Robert, 34. 

Rev. Thomas, 74. 

— , 40. 
Browneley. 

Richard, 36. 
Browneloe. 

Richard, 36. 
Brownrigg. 

Raff, 44. 

82 



Brandish. 

William, 39. 
Buckenham. 

John, 39. 

— > 43- 
Bullocke. 

Symonde, 2. 
Burgesse. 

Ann, 15. 

Elizabeth, 15. 

William, 15. 
Burgon. 

Duncon, 39. 
Burton. 

George, 39. 

Henry, 44. 
Burward. 

Anthony, 39, 44. 
Burwell. 

— 4i- 

Butcher. 

John, 54. 
Bysshe. 

Sir Edward, 77. 
Bysshop. 

John, 14. 

Candler. 

— , 43- 
Carter. 

George, 40. 

John, 23. 

Robart, 23. 

Robert, 23. 

Thomas, 23. 
Cartewright. 

George, 34. 
Cartwright. 

George, 29, 32, 34. 

Gregory, 34. 

Thomas, 32. 
Carye. 

— . 39- 
Castwode. 

John, 31. 
Chaplin. 

Caroline Elizabeth, 52. 

Elizabeth, 51, 53. 

Emily Maria, 52. 

George, 52. 

James, 51, 52. 

John, 52. 

Mary, 51. 

Richard, 50, 51, 53. 

Rosamond Eliza, 51, 52. 

Sarah, 51, 52. 

William, 50, 52, 53. 
Chapman. 

John, 42. 
Chatten. 

Jane, 60. 

William, 60. 
Chaunt. 

Jane, 20. 

Thomas, 20. 



Chawner. 

Darwin, 74- 

Mary Charlotte, 74. 
Chickering. 

Doratha, 4. 

Thomas, 4. 
Chittock. 

Mordecay, 40. 
Church. 

Thomas, 10. 
Clarke. 

Gregory, 13. 

Philipp, 40. 

— , 22, 44. 
Claxton. 

Anne, 22. 
Clay. 

Dorothy, 73, 76. 

Elizabeth, 76. 

Frances, 76. 

Hercules, 76. 

John, 76. 

Mary, 76. 

Robert, 76. 

Thomas, 76. 

Timothy, 76. 

William, 76. 
Clements. 

Walter, 40. 

— , 42. 
Clench. 

John, 39. 
Clerk. 

Agnes, 16. 

G . ., 16. 

Gregory, 14, 16. 

Jane, 14. 

John, 14. 
Coates. 

Mathew, 25. 
Cockerill. 

Eleanor, 54. 

John, 54. 

Mary Ann, 54. 

Coe. 

Christopher, 36. 

Stephen, 30. 
Cole. 

Daniell, 40. 

Dorcas, 40. 

Dorothy, 40. 

Robert, 40, 44. 

William, 39. ' 
Cooke. 

John, 40. 

Robert, 40. 

— . 43- 
Cooper. 

Edmund, 62. 

Joseph, 40. 

Samuell, 41. 

Thomas, 40. 

— , 40, 42. 
Cornewaleys. 

Thomas, 36, 37. 



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Cornewallys. 

Thomas, 35. 
Cornwaleyes. 

Thomas, 36. 
Cornwaleys. 

Thomas, 35. 
Cornwalleys. 

Thomas, 29, 31 
Cornwallys, 31. 
Corp'sti. 

Elisabeth, 2. 
Corpsti. 

Katherine, 2. 

Richard, 2. 
Corpusti. 

Elisabeth, 2. 

Richard, 2. 
Cory. 

Thomas, 19. 
Cottingham. 

John, 40. 

Lyonel, 39. 

— . 44- 
Cousens. 

Thomas, 40. 
Cousins. 

Richard, 40. 
Cranmore. 

Sir Cesar, 40. 
Crask. 

Robert, 39. 

Craven. 

J- 37- 
John, 37. 

Croft. 

Sir Henry, 38. 
Cropley. 

John, 38. 
Cross. 

Edward, 40. 
Crowe. 

Henry, 19. 
Crumwell. 

Robert, 31, 35. 
Cushion. 

— , 41- 
Cussens. 

Thomas, 42. 
Cytte. 

Gregory, 13. 

D'Ombrain. 

Rev. James, 28. 
Dai n trie. 

Tristram, 38. 
Daman t. 

— , 40. 
Dames. 

Thomas, 34. 



Dank. 

Henry, 40. 
Davy. 

William, 19. 
Dawson. 

George, 33. 

Gervase, 33. 

Thomas, 33. 

Day. 

John, 57. 

De Kirkebi. 

William, 18. 

De Lincco. 

Thomas, 18. 

De Lozinga. 

Herbert, 7. 
Deane. 

James, 40. 
Denman. 

Elizabeth, 34. 

John, 32, 34, 35. 

Richard, 36. 

Thomas, 29. 

William, 31. 
Denny. 

Lady Fraunces, 7. 

William, 7. 

Sir William, 7. 
Denton. 

Agnes, 20. 

John, 20. 
Deuon. 

El . ., 38. 
Devereux. 

— , 40. 
Devonshire. 

Elizabeth, Countess of, 38. 
Dickinson. 

-76. 
Disbury. 

Henry, 40. 
Doughty. 

William, 27. 
Downing. 

— » 43- 
Draper. 

Alice, 22. 

Gregory, 22, 23. 

Dri. 

Sillis, 42. 
Driver. 

Thomas, 43, 44. 
Dumes. 

Thomas, 32. 

Dunston. 

John, 30, 31. 

Eade. 

David, 40. 

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Eagan. 

Thomas, 66. 
Eastwood. 

John, 33. 
Eden. 

Sir Robert, 28. 
Eggen. 

Edward, 64. 

Jane, 66. 

John, 66. 

Thomas, 66. 

William, 66. 
Elizabeth, Queen of England, 8, 18. 
Ellis. 

John, 40. 

— 4 1 - 
Estaugh. 

Ann, 49. 

Charlotte Sandle, 49. 

Clara, 49. 

Clara Betsey, 50. 

Edwin George, 49. 

George, 49. 

Hannah, 48, 49. 

John, 48, 49. 

W. W., 50. 

Walter Charles, 49. 

William, 49. 
Everard. 

Elizabeth, 27. 

John, 27. 

Katherine, 27. 

Thomas, 26, 27. 
Everett. 

Frank Harcourt, 57. 
Eyre. 

Antho . ., 37. 

Antonye, 37. 

Fairfax. 

Elizabeth, 40. 

Henry, 15. 

Thomas, 15. 
Farley. 

Anne, 32. 

Gye, 31. 

Guy, 32. 
Farly. 

Guy, 33. 
Farlye. 

Anne, 33. 

Guy, 32. 

Gye, 33- 

Fell. 

Mary, 62. 
William, 62. 
Felton. 

John, 40. 

Fen. 

Thomas, 13. 
Fermin. 

— , 44- 
Ferore. 

Margaret, 14. 
Richard, 14. 



Ferreman. 

Robert, 40. 
Firmin. 

Elizabeth, 40. 
Fitz Walter. 

William, 12. 
Foulger. 

Robert, 40. 
Franceys. 

Agnes, 20. 
Franklin. 

Robert, 40. 
Fridlington. 

William, 37. 
Fauleyn. 

Margaret, 10. 

William, 10. 
Fuller. 

Joseph, 40. 

G . . . 

M . . ., 10. 
Gardener. 

George, 5. 
Gardiner. 

Elizabeth, 41. 

George, 6. 
Gater. 

Richard, 40, 41. 
Gery. 

Anne Beckingham, 74 

Mary Selina, 75. 

William Wade, 74. 
Girling. 

Joseph, 40. 

Thomas, 41. 

— , 41. 
Glover. 

Robert, 41. 
Gobbilt. 

Jane Elizabeth, 50. 

William, 50. 

William Garrard, 50. 
Godfrey. 

Elizabeth, 12. 

Helen, 12. 

William, 12. 
Golding. 

Eleonora, 54. 
Goldson. 

John, 44. 
Gooday. 

Mary, 40. 

— , 42. 
Goodhand. 

Cha . ., 37. 
Gooding. 

John, 41. 
Goodwin. 

Isaac, 45. 

John, 41. 

Mary Ann, 45. 
Good wine. 

Mary, 41. 

Matthew, 44. 



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Goodwyn. 

John, 40. 

Samuell, 40. 
Goyford. 

Deborah, 41. 
Gray. 

— , 12. 
Graygoos. 

— 42. 
Gray goose. 

— , 43- 
Gregorie. 

John, 34. 
Gregory. 

John, 35. 
Gresham. 

Thomas, 34. 
Greygoose. 

John, 40. 
Groom. 

Matthew, 71. 
Gwillim. 

— , 26. 
Gwillims. 

Lisle, 12. 



Halfhide. 

Henry, 37. 

Jer . ., 37- 
Hall. 

Anne, 32. 

Jos . ., 41. 

Joseph, 41. 

Robert, 32. 
Hallewiick. 

Mar>% 11. 
Hammond. 

Anne, 32. 

Nicholas, 32. 
Hanson. 

Thomas, 41. 
Harlock. 

Francis, 41. 
Harridans. 

Robert, 17. 
Harrison. 

Nicholas, 41. 
Hartopp. 

George, 33. 
Hartoppe. 

George, 33. 
Ilartridge. 

Hannah, 59. 

Samuel, 59. 
Harvey. 

William, 41. 
Ilasketon. 

Stebbing, 43. 
Ilaslam. 

Mary, 73. 
Hawkins. 

Thomas, 42. 
I Iaynes. 

Jos . .,42. 



Hayward 
Henry 



— , 43- 

MIL, King of England, 



Heme. 

Cecilia, 20. 
Clem't, 24. 
John, 20. 
-, 26. 
Herwood. 

— . 39- 
Hewett. 

William, 41. 
Heyward. 

Francis, 41. 

Nathaniell, 41. 
Hiliard. 

Martha, 41. 
Hillarie. 

Thomas, 29, 35. 
Hobart. 

Barbara, 5. 

John, 5. 
Holgill. 

Edmond, 29. 

Edmund, 35. 
Holland. 

Francis, 39. 
Holley. 

Ed . .,42. 
Horner. 

Robarte, 31. 

Robert, 31. 
Hovel. 

Thomas, 43. 
Howard. 

John, 41. 
Howlett. 

— , 40. 
Howton. 

William, 37. 
Hubbert. 

Rebecca, 41. 
Hussey. 

Charles, 29. 

Margaret, 29. 
Ilylmar. 

John, 29, 35. 
Ilylmer. 

John, 29, 35. 
Ilyrne. 

Clement, 24. 

Margaret, 24. 

Susan, 24. 

Thomas, 24. 

Xpofer, 24. 



Inglebye. 

George, 32. 
Isa . . . 

Gerrard, 24. 
Isselham. 

William, 13. 



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Jacobs. 

Ann, 55. 

Robert, 55. 

William, 55. 
James. 

Elizabeth, 60* 

Rands, 60. 
Jestallon. 

— 23. 
Johnson. 

Anne, 31. 

John, 31. 

Thomas, 35. 
Jones. 

Henry, 26. 

Keble. 

— . 44- 
Keepas. 

Robert, 21. 
Kell. 

Joseph, 41, 44. 
Kerrick. 

Samuell, 41. 
Kets. 

— , 19. 
Kettell. 

John, 4. 
Kimball. 

Ann, 42. 

Samuell, 41. 
King. 

Robert, 39. 
King Henry VIII. of England, 8. 
Kirkebi, see De Kirkebi. 
Kirkpatrick. 

John, 28. 
Kittson. 

Mary, 41. 
Knights. 

Hannah, 61. 

Mary, 42. 

Thomas, 41. 

William, 61. 
Kurnbeck, see Van Kurnbeck. 

Lam. 

George, 33. 
Larke. 

Elias, 41. 

Ellas, 42. 

— , 40, 43- 
Lauvs. 

Edmond, 16. 
Levett. 

Catharine, 61. 

Richard, 61. 
Libbis. 

Anne, 41. 
Lincco, see De Lincco. 
Lisseman. 

Edward, 41. 



Lozinga, see De Lozinga. 

Lyon, 

Lyst 



Webster, 42. 
:on. 

Robert, 30. 
Thomas, 30. 



Mackworth. 

Ann, 34. 

Anne, 34. 

Thomas, 34. 
Mackworthe. 

Thomas, 34. 
Magginson. 

Elizabeth, 42. 
Malster. 

— , 41, 44. 
Man. 

Mary, 42. 
Mannall. 

Hannah, 45. 

James, 56. 

John, 48, 55. 

Margaret, 56. 

Mary, 55. 

Sarah, 48. 
Manning. 

Ann, 1. 

Edmund, I. 

Mary, I. 
March. 

George, 14. 
Margerum. 

John, 42. 
Markham. 

George, 37. 
Martin. 

Ann, 65. 

Benjamin, 65. 

Catharine, 64, 65. 

Elizabeth, 64. 

Elizabeth Newson, 64. 

John, 65. 

Margaret, 64, 65. 

Rachael, 65. 

Robert, 64, 65. 

W . . ., 65. 

William, 64, 65. 
Masingarb. 

Daniel, 17. 

John, 17. 
Masters. 

Hannah Maria, 59. 

William Henry, 59. 

William James, 59. 
Mayhew. 

Mary, 42. 
Mayo. 

Robert, 24. 
Melt . . . 

Elizabeth, 11. 
Midcalf. 

— , 44- 



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Mecklethwayt. 

John, 4. 

Scrivener, 4. 
Millington. 

John, 37. 
Milnes. 

Ann, 73. 

Anne, 74. 

Anne Beckingham, 74, 75. 
Catherine Beckingham, 74. 
Charles Gery, 74-76. 
Charlotte Elizabeth, 73, 74. 
Dorothy, 73, 74, 76. 
Dorothy Beckingham, 74, 75. 
Dorothy Mary, 73. 
George, 73, 74. 
Hannah, 73, 74. 
J- 73- 

James Andrew, 73-75. 
Rev. James Andrew, 73. 
John, 73-75. 

Katherine Beckingham, 75. 

Mary, 73, 75. 

Mary Charlotte, 74, 75. 

Mary Selina, 75. 

Robert, 73, 74. 

Samuel, 74. 

Samuell, 74. 

Sutton Dorothy, 73, 74. 

Thomas, 73, 74> 7^. 

Thomas Hercules, 75- 
Minter. 

Ann, 69. 

Robert, 69. 
Moenen. 

Maria, 13. 

Martin, 13. 
Morton. 

E., 38. 

Sir George, 38. 
Moss. 

Ann, 71. 

Anna, 70. 

Betsey Eliza, 61. 

Frederick, 61. 

Hannah, 70, 71. 

James, 45. 

Mary, 45. 

Sarah, 71. 

Thomas, 70, 71. 
Mou'teforth. 

Henry, 23. 
Moulton. 

Elizabeth, 17. 

John, 17. 
Munday. 

— . 43- 
Mundy. 

— . 39- 
Murrell. 

James, 42. 

Nevil. 

Judith, 41. 



NevilL 

Elizabeth, 42. 
Nicholson. 

Anne, 32. 

John, 32. 
Nunn. 

Mary, 48. 

Thomas, 48. 

Ombrain, see D'Ombrain. 
Orme. 

A., 48. 

Ann, 47. 

Joseph, 47. 

Mary, 47. 

Sarah, 48. 

T., 48. 

Thomas, 47. 

William, 47. 
Osborn. 

-, 18. 

Paling. 

Richard, 42. 
Parker. 

Joseph, 25. 

Mary, 25. 

— . 3- 
Paston. 

William, 38. 
Paxman. 

James, 61. 
Pells. 

Thomas, 42. 
Perkhvrsto. 

John, 5. 
Perkins. 

George, 42. 
Pettwode. 

Margarete, 2. 
Petwood. 

— . I> 
Phillipps. 

Richard, 44. 
Pine. 

Katherine, 42. 
Pizzy. 

Henry, 42. 
Playtars. 

— . 43- 
Plombe. 

Ann, 13. 

Henry, 13- 

Mary, 13. 
Pooley. 

Elizabeth Warran, 57. 

John, 44. 

Warran, 57. 
Pope. 

— , 42. 
Porter. 

Edmund, 7. 
Praed. 

— . 75- 
Pratt. 

Edward, 42. 



8S 



Priest. 

Ann, 9. 

Stephen, 9. 
Probart. 

Jane, 68. 

Joseph, 68. 
Pyke. 

Francis, 24. 

John, 25. 
Queen Elizabeth of England, 8, iS 
Qwynsy. 

Geoffrey, 2. 

Randall. 

John, 44. 

Nath . ., 42, 44. 
Rattle. 

Charlotte Ann, 59. 
Raymer. 

Elizabeth, 59. 

John, 59. 
Raynes. 

Catherine Beckingham, 74. 

Captain, 74. 
Read. 

Elizabeth, 63. 

George, 63. 

John, 44. 

Martha, 63. 

Mary, 63. 

William, 63. 
Redgrave. 

Ann, 43. 

John, 42. 

Thomas, 43. 

— . 43- 
Reeding. 

— , 40. 
Reve. 

William, 43. 
Reynolds. 

Elizabeth, 43. 



Rix 



John, 37. 
William, 43. 

Ann, 8, 9. 



Mary, „. 
Nicholas, 8. 
Nicolas, 8. 
Samuel, 8. 
Samuell, 8. 
Robinson. 

Anne, 31. 
Bartholomew, 31. 
Thomas, 30, 31. 
Robynson. 

Bartholomew, 30. 
Elizabeth, 30. 
Hugh, 30. 
Thomas, 30. 
William, 30. 
Rogers. 

Francis, 43. 
— . 42. 



Roo. 

William, 12. 
Rope. 

Emmeline Anna, 72. 
Rose. 

Jane, 12, 16. 

John, 12. 

Margaret, 14. 

Robert, 14. 

William Westbrok, 16. 
Rowling. 

Henry, 43. 
Rudder. 

William, 43. 
Russell. 

Thomas, 43. 



Salter. 

Roger, 13. 
Sampson. 

— , 40. 
Sanct Amandus. 
Frances, 3. 
Jane, 3. 
John, 3. 
Mary, 3. 
Phillip, 3. 
William, 3. 
Saunders. 

Susan, 43. 
Saunderson. 

William, 37. 
Sawyer. 

John, 70. 
Sayer. 

Elizabeth, 43. 
John, 43, 44. 
Pleasance, 43. 
Seamier. 

Edmond, 6. 
James, 6. 
Scolours. 

Alice, 14. 
Henry, 14. 
Seaman. 

Aldred, 77. 
Jonathan, 43. 
Seeker. 

Henry, 4. 
John, 4. 
Mary, 4. 
Sevenicroft. 

— , 40. 
Sewell. 

Emma, 46. 
Francis, 46. 
Frederick, 46. 
Rachel Anna, 46. 
Shewell. 

Mary, 8. 
Thomas, 8. 
Shiner. 

George, 42. 



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Simpson. 

Frances, 38. 

William, 37, 38. 
Sippen. 

. —1 43- 
Smith. 

Charlotte, 58. 

Edmund, 58. 

Elizabeth, 43. 

Francis, 58. 

George, 58. 

Mary, 58. 

Peter, 43. 

Robert, 58, 68. 

Samuell, 43. 

Thomas, 43. 

William, 43. 
Smyth. 

Francis, 57. 
Solley. 

John, 43. 
Somerby. 

Ralph, 10. 
Sothern. 

John, 34. 
Sotherne. 

John, 35. 
Sp. . . 

Geoffrey, 24. 
Spendlove. 

Samuel, 4. 
Spink. 

Edmund, 43. 
Spirling. 

Geoffrey, 24. 
Spivie. 

Edmond, 32. 
Spooner. 

John 66. 
Sprigge. 

John, 34. 
Stannard. 

Jo . ., 41. 
Starling. 

Mary, 43, 44. 
Stebbing. 

William, 43. 
Stebbings. 

John, 43. 

— , 40. 
Stebing. 

— , 42. 
Steel. 

Ed . ., 43. 
Stephenson. 

— , 41. 
Steverson. 

Matt., 42. 
Steward. 

Augustine, 10. 

Mary, io. 
Stocum. 

Thomas, 29, 35. 

William, 29, 35. 



Stopher. 

Elizabeth, 63. 

John, 63. 
Stow. 

Alexander, 33. 

— , 18. 
Stowe. 

Alexander, 37. 

Welbecke, 37. 
Strelley. 

Jane, 3. 
Stringer. 

Francis, 37. 

Nicholas, 36. 
Studd. 

— , 42. 
Syrett. 

William, 43. 

Taillor. 

Anne, 12. 

Bryan, 12. 
Taster. 

Oliver, 43. 
Taverner. 

Fraunces, 7. 

James, 7. 
Tayler. 

Elizabeth, 43. 

James, 43. 

Thomas, 43. 

— , 43- 

Tee. 

Alexander, 30-32 

John, 30. 

Thomas, 30, 32, 
Templeman. 

Richard, 36. 
Thacker. 

— . 43- 
Thompson. 

Hanah, 43. 

— » 39- 
Thorp. 

Agnes, 16. 

Robert, 16. 
Thurlow. 

John, 69. 
Thurston. 

Charles, 69. 

John, 72. 

Mary, 72. 

Till. 

Christopher, 39. 



Daniel, 3. 
Toke. 

Henry, 21. 
Tokely. 

Thomas, 43. 
Tonge. 

'Michael, 33, 37. 

Richard, 30. 

Thomas, 35. 



.jo 



Trotman. 

William, 43. 
Turner. 

— , 44- 

Tye. 

William, 43. 

Van Kurnbeck. 

Joan, 26. 

Martin, 26. 
Van Ypre. 

Hubert, IX. 
Vander Beke. 

Francis, II. 
Verbeek. 

Peter, 20. 
Verbeeke. 

Charles, 17. 

James, 20. 

Peter, 21. 
Vicars. 

Daniel, 43. 
Vickers. 

— 42. 

W . . . 

John, 22. 
Wade. 

Ann, 65. 

William, 65. 
Wadkins. 

Thomazine, 39. 
Walford. 

Joseph, 44. 
Walker. 

William, 40. 

— . 44- 
Wallen. 

Arnold, 17. 

Elizabeth, 17. 
Waller. 

William, 44. 
Wallour. 

Richard, 16. 
Wallwye. 

Richard, 16. 
Wan wright. 

Rachell, 44. 
Warnys. 

Thomas, 12. 
Warren. 

— 39- 
Wattes. 

Gervas, 38. 
Wattson. 

Samuell, 20. 
Wayling. 

John, 50, 51. 

John Ablitt, 54. 

Mary Ann, 54. 

Rosamond Eliza, 54. 

Sarah, 51. 

Sarah Ann Elizabeth, 54. 
Webber. 

John, 18. 



Welham. 

Alice, 45. 
Mary, 62. 
William, 62. 

— 39- 
Wellden. 

James, 44. 
West. 

Stanley, 44. 
Westall. 

Charles, 44. 
Western'. 

Isabella, 23. 
Westgarth. 

— , 42. 
Weston. 

Alicia, 30. 

John, 29, 30, 44. 

Richard, 29, 30. 
Westwood. 

Abraham, 23. 

Thomas, 23. 
Whalley. 

Frederich, 44. 
Wharton. 

Nicholas, 33. 
Whayman. 

Alice, 67. 

Ann, 67. 

Charlotte, 67. 

Edward Samuel, 67. 

Eleonora, 55. 

Elizabeth, 67, 68. 

Henry, 67. 

Horace, 67. 

Isaac, 67. 

John, 55. 

Matthew, 55. 

William, 68. 
Whebb. 

Elizabeth, 44. 
Whetewrong. 

John, 11. 

Peter, 11. 
Wilkins. 

Robert, 2. 

j 27. 

Willard's. 

— 44- 
Williams. 

William, 44. 
Willson. 

Thomas, 44. 

— 43- 
Wincopp. 

Elizabeth, 44. 

William, 44. 
Wood. 

Elizabethe, I. 
Woode. 

Agnes, 1. 

Edmunde, I. 
Woodrow. 

Eliza Virtue, 57. 

Robert Virtue, 57. 



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Woods. 

Sir Cesar, 40. 

Charles, 44. 

Robert, 44. 
Woodward. 

William, 57. 
Woolnough. 

Mary, 72. 
Wortley. 

Francis, 38. 
Wotton. 

— . 39- 
Wright. 

Ann, 73. 

Kinsborough, 70. 

Priscilla, 63, 69. 

Robert, 70. 

William, 63, 69. 
Wulma'. 

John, 17. 

Katherine, lj. 
Wyeth. 

-. 39- 



Wylkinson. 

Margaret, 30. 

Robert, 30. 
Wylkyns. 

Anne, 12. 

Rafe, 12. 
Wyston. 

Jhon, 29, 30. 

John, 29, 35. 
Wythe. 

Edward, 44. 



Yong. 

Nicholas, 31, 34. 

William, 29. 
Yonge. 

Nicholas, 32, 35. 

Robert, 29, 30, 32. 
Yorke. 

Mary, 68. 
Ypre, see Van Ypre. 



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NAMES OF PLACES. 



Bedfordshire. 
Bedford, 75. 

Bushmead Priory, 74> 75- 
Buckinghamshire. 
Eton, 31, 75. 
Great Chesham, 38. 

Cambridgeshire. 

Cambridge, 6, 7, 75. 

Derbyshire. 

Has land, 30. 

Hertfordshire. 
Cheston, 32. 
Hamon Streate, 32. 

Lancashire. 

Oldham, 28. 
Lincolnshire. 

Barnalby, 37. 

Beckingham, 74, 75. 

Bosston, 30. 

Easter, 37. 

Grantham, 73. 

Halton, 74. 

Holton Holgate, 75. 

Kesteven, 74. 

Leadenham, 74. 

Lincoln, 31, 35, 37. 

North Hykham, 75. 

Spilsby, 74, 75. 

Middlesex. 

Gray's Inn, 31, 33. 
London, 8, 18. 

Norfolk. 

Norwich, I, 6, 12-14, 16-21, 24, 28, 74. 
Wolterton, 6. 
Nottinghamshire. 

Babworth, 31, 32, 34, 37, 38. 

Barnby-in-the-Marsh, 31, 35. 

Blithe, 32. 

Bollame, 30-32, 38. 

Caton, 30. 

Charborough, 37. 

East Retford, 29, 30, 33-35, 37. 

Eaton, 36, 37. 

Haiton, 35. 

Hydon, 32. 



Nottinghamshire, continuedi 
Lound, 33, 37. 
Morton, 37. 
Nether Hartindale, 30. 
Newark, 73-76. 
North Morton, 32, 35. 
North Wheatley, 31, 32. 
Nottingham, 3, 38. 
Ordsall, 29-37. 
Over, 30. 
Retford, 38. 
Rollston, 73. 
South Leverton, 35. 
South Morton, 31. 
Stocum, 29, 35. 
Strelley, 3. 
Sutturton, 30. 
Sutton, 33. 

Sutton-upon-Lound, 36, 37. 
Thrumpton, 29-36. 
Tylne, 33, 38. 
West Burton, 33, 37. 
West Retford, 30, 31. 
Wollum, 37. 

Rutlandshire. 

Empingham, 34. 

Somersetshire. 

Miluerton, 77. 
Suffolk. 

Aldborough, 71. 

Benhall, 71. 

Boulge, 44. 

Bromswell, 39. 

Burgh, 39, 41, 42, 44. 

Debach, 44. 

Farnham, 50. 

Mickfeild, 39, 44. 

Saxham, 38. 

Sudbourne, 45, 57, 7 2 - 

Weybread, 5. 

Woodbridge, 39, 44. 
Sussex. 

Brighton, 74. 

Yorkshire. 

Burton Agnes, 74. 
Hatfield, 38. 
Wortley, 38. 
York, 15. 



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